Human-wildlife conflict is one of the most pressing issues facing people and wildlife in the western Serengeti. Thus, the Grumeti Fund, in partnership with TAWIRI, fitted 12 elephants with remote download GPS collars to help prevent these incidents.
In September 2017 four rescue dogs from the United States arrived at Singita Grumeti. The dogs, trained to detect wildlife contraband and track poachers, are integral to the future of anti-poaching in the Serengeti ecosystem.
There are over 100 game scouts securing the 350,000 acres Singita Grumeti concessions. These scouts are integral to the comeback of wildlife, as well as in the future protection of the ecosystem. They work day and night, rain or shine to ensure the
An issue impacting the livelihoods of local communities and resident wildlife, and one of the biggest challenges faced here is human-wildlife conflict. The Grumeti Fund is working to develop and implement multiple solutions to this problem. To expose this critical issue, Black Bean Productions has