A LIFETIME OF DEDICATION TO THE PEREGRINE FUND
The Peregrine Fund and partners throughout Kenya have been collaborating to stop the scourge of retaliatory wildlife poisoning in southern Kenya that has devastated populations of critically endangered vultures and other scavengers. Retaliatory poisoning usually occurs when predators such as lions, hyenas, and leopards attack livestock. Without compensation in place, livestock farmers resort to lacing their dead livestock with easily accessible agro-chemicals with the intention to kill predators. Vultures that scavenge in large numbers on dead animals often succumb to the poison and hundreds can die as a result. Your purchase will support the efforts to educate communities about alternatives to poisoning.