Responsible Safaris for Wildlife Conservation

 

Conservation Biologists, Wildlife Researchers & Naturalists

 

Joint-venture conservation safaris with wildlife charities enable you to personally contribute to the sustainable future of endangered species whilst enjoying an all-encompassing safari in wonderful destinations. Each is led by the conservation biologists and Directors who actually run the programmes out in the field, connecting you directly with the day to day operations, the key field officers, and the community-based initiatives that work to mitigate human-animal conflict.

Ethiopian wolves. Bale mountains. Ethiopia. Pack on morning patrol.

Wolves, 7 – 16 November 2015

             with Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme led by Prof. Claudio Sillero

 

Jaguars & Maned Wolves, 22 July – 5 August 2015

      with Onçafari Jaguar Project & Maned Wolf Management Programme led by

     Prof Claudio Sillero & Rogério Cunha de Paula

 

African Wild Dogs, 17 – 29 September 2016

with Painted Dog Conservation led by vet & Patron Steve Leonard

 Jackson

Safaris hand-picked and led by wildlife researchers and conservation naturalists open up Pandora’s box on animal behaviour and it’s role within the ecosystem, as well as drawing the best out of local safari guides whilst retaining utmost respect of the natural world.

Indian Wildlife, 9 – 21 April 2015 

with tiger specialist Stephen Mills

 

Zambian Wildlife, 16 – 26 October 2015

with researcher, naturalist & conservationist Stephen Mills

 

Kenyan Wildlife, 1 – 9 October 2015

with Maasai naturalist & wildlife presenter Jackson Looseyia

(+44) 01825 714310

safari@spencerscott.co.uk   www.spencerscotttravel.com

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