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Mara ecosystem connectivity: Information on elephant population status and movements for spatial planning and conservation 
in Narok County

Mara ecosystem connectivity: Information on elephant population status and movements for spatial planning and conservation 
in Narok County
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13 May 2016
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Mara ecosystem connectivity: Information on elephant population status and movements for spatial planning and conservation in Narok County. Published April 2016

The report presents findings of a collaborative study of elephants in the Maasai Mara ecosystem by ElephantVoices, Save the Elephants, Mara Elephant Project and Kenya Wildlife Service, and offers recommendations for the attention of Narok County. It contributes information about the status of elephants in the ecosystem, their movement patterns and habitat use for consideration in the county’s spatial planning process. The report lays emphasis on the need for urgent intervention to secure critical routes and habitats for long-term survival of elephants and to prevent escalating human elephant conflict and declining biodiversity.

Compressed version, figures still decent quality, 3.8 mb.

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