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SPONSORS

Living with Lions has been supported by numerous institutions and individuals over the last year. We are extremely grateful for their generous support, without which none of our work would be possible.

MAJOR SPONSORS
Panthera
 

Panthera
Panthera was founded in 2006 with the sole mission of conserving the world's 36 species of wild cats. Panthera currently focuses its range-wide conservation strategies on the world’s largest, most imperiled cats – tigers, lions, jaguars and snow leopards – and is planning conservation strategies for cheetahs, leopards and mountain lions.

Utilizing the knowledge and expertise of the world’s top cat biologists, and working in partnership with local and international NGO’s, scientific institutions, and government agencies, Panthera develops, implements, and oversees range-wide species conservation strategies.

 
Arthur Blank Family Foundation
 

Arthur Blank Family Foundation
The Foundation's mission is to promote positive change in people’s lives and to build and enhance the communities in which they live.

The Foundation has an especially strong interest in supporting innovative endeavors leading to better circumstances for low-income youth and their families.

 
Wildscapes
 

Banovich Wildscapes Foundation: PRIDE Lion Conservation Initiative
Banovich Wildscapes Foundation fosters cooperative efforts to conserve the earth's wildlife and wild places to benefit the wildlife and the people that live there.

BWF promotes scientific research and conservation education; facilitates habitat protection and restoration projects; develops creative and respectful partnerships to fund conservation programs; and creates opportunities to build long-term community economic well-being. The Lion PRIDE initiative aims to save lions by supporting important scientific research, preserving large conservation landscapes, and benefiting community development.

 
Philadelphia zoo
 

Philadelphia Zoo
The Philadelphia Zoo’s 42-acre Victorian garden is home to more than 1,300 animals, many of them rare and endangered. The Zoo, fulfilling its mission of conservation, science, education and recreation, supports and engages in conservation efforts to protect endangered species around the world.

     
 

Serian Camp
Serian Camp is the charismatic bush home of Alex Walker, filmmaker and guide in the Masai Mara, and is also home to the Mara Predator Project. The experience at Serian is focused on viewing wildlife, in particular, the big five, in the northernmost extension of the Serengeti ecosystem. The focus of Serian is on the traditional and natural wildlife experience.

Serian endeavours to conserve a genuine environment, and as a result has become heavily involved in the long-term vision that will be the African wilderness in years to come.

ADDITIONAL SPONSORS

Africa Alive
African Wildlife Foundation

Arnold, Wendy
Bespoke Internet
Bosack and Kruger Foundation
Calvin, Michael
Cheryl Grunbock and Martin King Foundation
Columbus Zoo
Conservation  Force
Court, Arthur and Elena
Dallas Ecological Foundation
Dallas Safari Club
Davies, Giles
Denver Zoo
Flora Family Foundation
Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Fort Wayne Children's Zoo
Fulbright-Hays Program, US Dept. of Education
Gold, Stephen
John Henrys Hammer - solar engineer
Kaltrieder, Ed
Kaplan Awards Program
Kresa Family Foundation
Lawry-Leopold Distinguished Fellowship (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Linvill, Mike
Logan, Tracey
Ludwig, Bruce
National Geographic Society
National Science Foundation
Piuve, Michael
Porini Camp Amboseli
Potrero Nuevo Fund/TIDES Foundation
Richard Bonham Safaris
Rufford Small Grants Foundation
San Francisco Zoo

SCI Foundation
Seaworld/Busch Gardens Conservation Foundation
Sidney Byers Charitable Trust
Silverman, Ron and Pat
TJames Construction
Trimble Navigation Ltd (Douglas King)
US National Cancer Institute
Vannini, Jonathan
Vectronic Aerospace
Vivas, Ignasi
Wettlaufer, Debby
Wildlife Conservation Network and their many donors
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Oxford University
WildlifeDirect – numerous individual donors

 
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