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Conservation

Global Interlink is a keen supporter of conservation of wildlife and the earth's natural resources. Watch out for our Conservation Update leaflets, with a host of information and interesting facts about wildlife.

“Take nothing but photographs & leave nothing but footprints.”
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Lake Nakuru National Park is a sanctuary for the greatly endangered Rhino

 In the meantime, please observe the wildlife code and do your part towards helping us conserve wildlife…

  • Respect the privacy of animals - Minimum viewing distance is 20 metres
  • Remember that animals are wild and can be dangerous
  • Do not disturb the animals with sudden movements or loud noises
  • It is an offence to feed wild animals
  • Stay in your vehicle except at designated places
  • Respect the speed limit of 40 kilometres per hour in parks
  • Never drive off road as it degrades habitat
  • Do not leave litter or discard lighted cigarettes
  • Respect the culture of the people never take photographs of local people without their permission
  • It is illegal to collect any living or dead item from a protected area

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Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a sanctuary for the greatly endangered Mountain Gorilla
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Samburu Game Reserve is home to the endangered Grevy's Zebra

Global Interlink sometimes prepares an interesting Conservation Update on a particular animal, to create awareness among our visitors and friends. Please click on the below links for some of our conservation updates.

Lion Conservation

Mountain Gorilla Conservation

Grevy's Zebra Conservation

Cheetah Conservation

Giraffe Conservation