Currently the rangers go to patrol from 6am in the morning to evening in order to rapidly correspond to any crime such as poaching, illegal trespassing, and illegal grazing.
When an injured wild animal is found, it is reported to Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), and is attend to by a veterinarian. Patrol also helps to prevent disease from spreading as the symptoms can be found at an early stage. (>>read more)

The ecosystem of Lemek is a successful system where humans co-exists well with wild animals and its habitats’ environment. Kenya is one of the rare cases where humans live without destroying the ecosystem of wild animals.(>>read more)

Lemek Conservancy welcomes your warm donation. We will use the donation for patrol cars, its fuel and maintenance, and to preserve the roads, and airstrip.(>>read more)