Thank you for your continued support of Enonkishu Conservancy. Through donations from our network of supporters, the conservancy has continued to operate even without tourism revenue providing for operating costs. With a lack of tourists, there have been more incidences of resource harvesting and even crimes against wildlife, but the outpouring of support has allowed us to carry on supporting and monitoring the ecosystem and its wildlife on the northern boundary of the Maasai Mara Conservancies. With your support, the ecosystem will be intact and ready for a full recovery of the tourism industry in Kenya.
Please see the attached document which outlines some of the highlights from the third quarter of 2020. Although reports of predators are fewer with less tourist vehicles around, Enonkishu is thriving with cheetah, lion, leopard, and wild dog! We hope you can come see for yourselves once the world recovers from this crisis and it is again safe to do so.
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