STOPPING HUMAN WILDLIFE CONFLICT WITH LIGHTS

What We Do

​​We travel the Tanzanian countryside, installing lights where they are needed to help rural communities protect their livestock in an effort to eliminate the retaliatory killing of predators.

​​We can’t imagine a world where the only lions and leopards are in zoos, so we are doing our best to help preserve them, and preserve the pastoralist’s lifestyle as well.​

Tanzania Lion Illumination Project
Mitigation of Human/Wildlife Conflict
​Lions and Leopards are Dying...

How We Do It... Stopping human/wildlife conflict with lights Protecting livestock from predators

​​​We install solar strobe lights on the enclosures (bomas) where domestic animals, produce, and livestock are kept at night to repel all sorts of predators. The strobe lights disorient lions and leopards and chase them away.​

We are now a 501c3 non-profit and contributions are now tax-deductible. Our EIN # 47-3562921
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Please join TLIP in bringing harmony to regions affected with human and wildlife conflict. We are a group dedicated—through alternative means—to saving wildlife and promoting a peaceful co-existence with humans.