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Saving The Wild New Zealand
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Branch: Mount Maunganui
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Saving the Kimana wildlife corridor, with help from bees – the world’s smallest superheroes. Visit KimanaTuskers.org
In the race to keep wild land land, Saving the Wild is currently raising funds to expand our Saving the Wild bee keeping project in the Kimana wildlife corridor, running through the heart of the Amboseli ecosystem in Kenya.
There are fewer than 20 elephant tuskers left on earth. Kimana Tuskers – a short film of epic proportions – is not just a love song, it is a cry for help, for the world to stop and listen, and understand that if we do not ensure that wild land stays wild, it will be lost forever. To that end, the Saving the Wild Bee Keeping project launched in 2020, with the first honey harvest in June 2021, creating jobs that work in harmony with nature. All profits from the sale of the honey is invested into an education scholarship fund for the local Maasai children living in the Kimana Wildlife Corridor – investing in the future conservationists of this last great wild place.