Stories

Stories

  • Dr. Peter Lindsey Discusses Lion Conservation in Recent Podcast April 25, 2022

    LRF Director Dr. Peter Lindsey recently appeared on The Lilah Jo Show to share insights on the status of lion populations across Africa, the best strategies to bolster their numbers, and what projects the LRF is supporting to help boost their protection and recovery.

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  • West African Lions Recovering from the Brink March 24, 2022

    Senegal is home to West Africa’s second largest protected area—Niokolo-Koba National Park, which hosts one of just four remaining populations of Critically Endangered West African lions. In 2011, the NGO Panthera did a survey of carnivores in the park and found that just 10-15 individuals remained. This left lions in the country on the brink of extinction.

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  • andBeyond's Video About the Lion Recovery Fund March 22, 2022

    Check out this incredible video from andBeyond promoting the Lion Recovery Fund's work to support lion conservation groups across Africa.

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  • Explore the Latest LRF Grants to Protect Lions February 17, 2022

    The LRF's investments affect biodiversity, climate, and the people who live in and around conservation areas. Funding lion conservation goes beyond big cats—it helps important swaths of critical landscapes across Africa. Read through the latest LRF progress report to see all the ways that your investment is saving lions and so much more.

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  • Lion Recovery Fund Featured on The Art of Conservation Podcast February 17, 2022

    Dr. Peter Lindsey, Director of the Lion Recovery Fund, was recently a guest on The Art of Conservation, a podcast dedicated to creating meaningful discussion about the most important conservation and environmental issues today.

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  • A Lion Cub Crèche January 11, 2022

    When a group of lionesses give birth within a few months of each other, a nursery group is formed, and pride females provide mutual protection and even nurse each other's cubs.

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