Become a virtual explorer of the wildest place in Africa, the Ruaha Landscape, with RCP’s Ruaha Explorers’ Club. REC members pay a fee to sponsor one of our camera traps as it moves throughout this relatively uncharted area. RCP uses camera traps on park and village land to collect data on large carnivores and their prey species. Each camera’s images and GPS coordinates are posted on a Facebook page designated for that camera, giving Explorers a unique insight into the work of RCP and the wonders of Ruaha’s wildlife. All proceeds go to support the carnivore conservation work of the Ruaha Conservation Project. More cameras are being put out soon, so put your pith helmet on and your feet up and let Africa come to you! For more information on this fun and educational initiative, visit our Facebook page. To inquire about sponsoring a camera, message us on Facebook.
We just thought we would share some of our camera-trapping images – this is a lovely photo of a serval camera-trapped near Ruaha River Lodge. These cats are very elusive and hard to see, so it was great to get such a clear photo of one!