Flagging off EGGS 2016

Elephant Ignite

Lumo management and staff posing for photo with Elephant Ignite team.

Elephant Ignite Expedition Team

Elephant Ignite Expedition Team at Latika Nursery School near Lumo Wildlife Sanctuary. They donated learning materials assist children. A bold move in transforming lives and making them measurably better.

Elephant Conservation

Pupils of Latika Nursery, Elephant Ignite team, Lumo team and Lion members watching “Elephant Conservation clip”

Conservation Education Programme

Elephant Ignite team giving Lumo Conservancy manager Mr. Samuel Mwabili learning materials to be distributed to adjacent schools, an initiative to help protect Africa’s Elephants through conservation education programme. Such partnership deepens our impact and promotes empowerment.

Training Programmes

The sanctuary has started taking students for interns from colleges and universities. So far since the programme started last year September we have received two students from CIT doing tour guiding module I

Disnaring Patrols

LUMO and David Sheldrick rangers plus volunteers in disnaring patrols.

In the beginning of this year 2012 lumo together with David Sheldrick have incorporated their efforts towards the disnaring programme. The team of rangers has been able to remove some shares which have caused a lot of harm to wild animals.

Nature Trail

Especially interesting to children, guided by a ranger and our resident Taita naturalist, meander around Lions Bluff and discover tracks and signs of the bush. Learn which roots and leaves are edible, which are used by the local people to treat tummy aches or put spells on your enemies. Examine spider nests, collect quartz rock, or leaves to make a refreshing tea. Identify birds by their call and watch them in the bush.

Community Programmes

Activities at LUMO Wildlife Conservancy