These Warriors Once Hunted Lions—Now They Protect Them | National Geographic

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In Kenya, the Samburu warriors are taking the knowledge they used in the past to hunt lions and working today to save them. Through a program called Warrior Watch, launched by the Ewaso Lions conservation group, the Samburu are working within their local communities to protect livestock and promote coexistence between people and lions.
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The work of Ewaso Lions and Warrior Watch is supported by the National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative.
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Warrior Watch: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/02/lions-warriors-samburu-kenya/

Ewaso Lions: http://ewasolions.org/conservation/warrior-watch/

Connecting with local communities and leaders is an important component of many National Geographic Explorers’ work. The National Geographic Society is working with Big Cats Initiative grantees to create films highlighting the impact of their efforts which are translated into local languages and distributed in-region.

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