Kisaru, a female cheetah who put Enonkishu on the map after raising 6 cubs in 2019, was absent from Enonkishu this quarter, but one of her daughter’s, Nadupoi brought her male cub to the conservancy at the end of March (Figure 1).
Leopards seen throughout the quarter (Figure 2)
Cattle who were permitted to emergency grazing in Enonkishu mostly vacated by mid-Feburary with the other extra cattle leaving by mid-March (Figure 3).
Sixteen calves were weaned, eighteen were born, and four did not survive the stress of extra cattle in the conservancy of the Herds for Growth project, but one of the original has birthed 4 steers (Figure 4).
Proceeds from the 2021 Ultra MARAthon were used to purchase a motorbike for the rangers with additional plans for a new ranger kitchen, mobile phones for wildlife monitoring, and improved wages (Figure 6).
The Northern Mara Vaccination Campaign took place in February, covering 1080 km2, with 2727 animals vaccinated over 3 days (Figure 5).
Predator deterrent lights donated to Mbokishi CA were distributed to the community of Oiti (Figure 7).
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