Marwell wildlife studies the zebras and recruit scouts
Kolmården Foundation has supported Marwell Wildlife since 2011. With the help from cameras and locally employed scouts who follow the animals, Marwell Wildlife can document important information about the zebras including behaviors, migration routes, important grazing areas and water resources. The information can be used to direct fast actions, for example feeding zebras during extreme dry periods, but also making long term plans where to build roads and infrastructure. The cameras help identify individual zebras, which is a step towards a complete register over Grevy´s zebras in all of Kenya.
Extensive education aimed to both children and adults conducted in order to raise awareness and help save the Grevy´s zebras.
Kolmården veterinarian working in the field
Kolmården veterinarian Louise Guevara has visited Kenya and Marwell Wildlife to help sedate, collar and perform health checks on zebras in the field.