Our work and research takes place in partnership with Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC), a Namibian HGO that has been a leader in developing community-based natural resource management solutions.

The work of the Lion Rangers is supported by TOSCO (Tourism Supporting Conservation), a Namibian NGO that works extensively in the region to support community conservation initiatives.

Our research is taking place under the umbrella of the University of Minnesota Lion Center. Professor Craig Packer oversees many aspects of this work.

We work closely with Desert Lion Conservation; who has been the authority on desert-adapted lion research in northwest Namibia for more than twenty years.

Ongoing research is supported by the National Geographic Society Big Cats Initiative

The Lion Rangers field work and research is supported by theĀ Community Conservation Fund of Namibia

This website has been developed in partnership with the University of Minnesota Liberal Arts Technologies and Innovation Service