This project will seek to improve the knowledge of the status of not only leopards and lions in Leiso-Louna reserve, but also gain information on overall species variety and abundance within the reserve. Additionally, it will increase the local communities’ commitment to conservation, improve the protection of the reserve against the illegal wildlife trade and improve the long-term conservation strategy of the Leiso-Louna reserve.
This project is implemented by The Aspinall Foundation.
Over-exploitation of natural resources & prey depletion
This project is a part of the IUCN SOS African Wildlife initiative, which is funded by the European Commission’s Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development (DG Devco) through its B4Life initiative.