A LIFETIME OF DEDICATION TO THE PEREGRINE FUND
One method of protecting cattle from predators that has been effective is to place motion sensitive, solar-powered flashing lights around the livestock bomas (fortified fenced-in areas) to scare lions and hyenas away. If lions and hyenas do not have the opportunity to kill livestock, ranchers will not feel the need to poison in retaliation. Since installation of these lights, lion attacks have decreased by 90 percent and The Peregrine Fund is identifying ways to help further reduce costs of these predator entry deterrent systems. Your purchase will help us to continue to innovate new ways to reduce livestock-predator conflicts and save lions, hyenas, vultures, and more from poisoning.