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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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The Lion Recovery Fund is designed to support the best ideas to further the conservation of Africa’s lions. In consultation with an array of top conservationists and scientists, we have developed an investment strategy to achieve maximum conservation gains with the funds we raise. The LRF has supported 19 projects during our first 12 months of operation with many more in the pipeline. Please support our efforts to secure a future for these magnificent big cats (www.lionrecoveryfund.org). Every second and every cent counts.
#lionconservation #pantheraleo #lionrecovery #species #anthropocene #bigcatsofinstagram #lionsofinstagram #africansavannahs #savannah #wildlifeconservation #ecology #protectedareas #humanwildlifeconflict #snaring #poaching #deforestation #habitatloss #illegallogging #illegalmining #illegalwildlifetrade #bushmeat

Photo by Ken and Michelle Dyball


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Panthera paradus, a dignified object, does not eat from hunting others walks like a king, although he is not the king of the jungle. He is very angry. If anger reaches him, he kills himself#tourisme #phototourisme # ruraldéveloppement # économieéconomique # diversificationéconomique # développement durable #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourisme#raoujzaka#leonardodicaprio


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The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand. Many Africa countries are currently over dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature based tourism candiversify and grow the economies. However, the potential of the tourism will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas for which they depend.
Perspective from LRF Director,
@petelindseyafrica

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcataofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism
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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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#Regram #RG @leonardodicaprio @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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#Repost @lionrecovery
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African lions are one of the most iconic animals on the planet, but we've lost half of them in just 25 years. @LionRecovery Fund (LRF) and our partners are working to bring lions back. Today, the LRF is celebrating #EndangeredSpeciesDay with an announcement of six new grants in key lion sites across Africa. Each of these projects shows there is hope for lions to recover. Learn about the different projects in our most recent press release - the link is in our bio. Photo by Grace Chu and Steven Dang #lions #savelions #lionrecovery #wildlifeconservation #wildlife #protectourplanet


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Part of the Puzzle. A beautiful Sharpe’s grysbok ewe boasts her large eyes, greyish ears and a sprinkling of white highlights through her coat, as she steps daintily through a thicket on Shinganda Wildlife Wilderness, near Kafue National Park in Zambia. Securing her future and that of a range of other herbivores is key to the conservation of Endangered species higher up in the food-chain. With the support of Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated @painteddogconservationinc, we continue to protect all wildlife, including a suite of large carnivore species, for the greater benefit of the Kafue conservation landscape.
#Zambia #KafueNationalPark #WeAreAllRangers #endangeredwildlife #conservation #endangeredspecies #africancarnivores #wildlifeprotection #savingwildlife #everybitcounts #everylittlehelps #teameffort #worthmorealive #natgeowild #africanwilderness #lionrecovery #savepainteddogs #panthera


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#Repost @leonardodicaprio with @get_repost
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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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African lions are one of the most iconic animals on the planet, but we've lost half of them in just 25 years. @LionRecovery Fund (LRF) and their partners are working to bring lions back. Today, the LRF is celebrating #EndangeredSpeciesDay with an announcement of six new grants in key lion sites across Africa. Each of these projects shows there is hope for lions to recover. Learn about the different projects in their most recent press release - the link is in our bio. Photo by Grace Chu and Steven Dang #lions #savelions #lionrecovery #wildlifeconservation #wildlife #protectourplanet


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African lions are one of the most iconic animals on the planet, but we've lost half of them in just 25 years. @LionRecovery Fund (LRF) and our partners are working to bring lions back. Today, the LRF is celebrating #EndangeredSpeciesDay with an announcement of six new grants in key lion sites across Africa. Each of these projects shows there is hope for lions to recover. Learn about the different projects in our most recent press release - the link is in our bio. Photo by Grace Chu and Steven Dang #lions #savelions #lionrecovery #wildlifeconservation #wildlife #protectourplanet


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Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism - #regrann


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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Update on Naturinda the lion from @lionrecovery
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"Naturinda was caught in a snare in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda last month. She was darted, had the snare removed and treated. Since then the @thewcs field team have been monitoring her and the rest of her pride. Unfortunately, she has separated from her pride and has not been seen for two weeks. At the moment, it is not known if she has survived or not. Finding her is not easy, because she is not collared. The field team is searching hard for her, and we will give you an update as soon as we hear news. This incident emphasises the severity of the threat posed to African wildlife from the bushmeat poaching and snaring scourge. Tackling this threat is a key component of the LRF strategy. We remain hopeful that Naturinda is alive and will report back soon.
We acknowledge the hard work of the Uganda Wildlife Authority and partners such as @thewcs to tackle this and other conservation threats." #conservation #realities #bushmeat #snaring #antipoaching #snares #conservation #lionconservation #lionrecovery #fieldwork #desnaring #lion #lions #lioness #africanwildlife #african #africaninspired #recovery


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Repost @leonardodicaprio @protectlions #palbracelet ・・・
#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica 
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment#economicgrowth #economicdiversification#sustainabledevelopment #lions#bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery#africanconservation #jobcreation#peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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@lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane
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#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism #worldanimalwarriors


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#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane
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regram @leonardodicaprio
#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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@jaik.k @leonardodicaprio
#Regram #RG @lionrecovery: Lions can benefit people! The tourism industry in Africa is already worth a staggering USD34 billion per year and is set to expand with growing global demand among the world’s public to see species such as lions. Many African countries are currently overly dependent on commodities or agriculture, and nature-based tourism can diversify and grow economies. However, the potential of the tourism industry will ONLY be realised if much greater investment is made in protecting the assets on which it depends. This means more funding for the protection of lions and other wildlife, and for the management of the wilderness areas on which they depend. Perspective from LRF Director, @petelindseyafrica
Photo by @neilmidlane

#tourism #phototourism #ruraldevelopment #economicgrowth #economicdiversification #sustainabledevelopment #lions #bigcatsofinstagram #lionrecovery #africanconservation #jobcreation #peopleandwildlife #ecotourism


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