Pioneers of Community Conservation
AET currently has a membership of 20 conservancies covering approximately 394,834 acres of land and supporting 65,881 households and close to 500 community rangers under the Amboseli Tsavo Community Rangers Association (ATCRA).
The landscape, regarded as a pioneer in community conservation, is home to the first community-owned wildlife sanctuary: Kimana Community Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Amboseli conservancies are at various stages of being full conservancies, ranging from operational conservancies, emerging conservancies and proposed conservancies.
Brief Profiles of Amboseli Conservancies
Discover our wondrous wildlands
Explore the about 1.3 million acres of habitats and wildlife migratory corridors and dispersal areas we are jointly safeguarding in the Amboseli.