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  • Yeah.

  • My father was Korea on.

  • They used to kill many, many, many lands.

  • Yeah, used to tell me how dangerous, Lanza.

  • Okay.

  • I used to hate light when I was a young boy.

  • E thought I would be growing up on killing lives, but wait for take the land with Because if there is no lands in sample, it's no life.

  • Yeah, Okay.

  • I got only just I'm not okay, but Oh, you never said anything.

  • We found the normal truck, so we think he's in the area now, so we're going to look for her.

  • I could go with that.

  • We just got our signals.

  • So just standing around enough to see if he's still there.

  • Northern Kenya is one of the few places in the world where you can see livestock.

  • Why Life people are living together.

  • You know what?

  • Yeah, about that.

  • This is the left.

  • But when lions are struggling to find food, they come into contact with local communities and often will target livestock.

  • So generally upset to me if we want to stop people killing lions, we've got to engage this warrior demographic.

  • He came up with our program which is called Warrior watch for centuries.

  • Our tribe depend on their livestock for their livelihood.

  • So as a warrior, we provide security for our livestock on protect livestock from land.

  • We go early in the morning before the livestock are released and see where the lands are.

  • We know the lanza in the area.

  • We go back and spread that awareness within the community so that they can avoid those areas the same.

  • Still, we used to kill the lands.

  • Now we use the knowledge to protect the lands.

  • Okay, my tribe are very grateful for wash program because that will save their livestock and also will save it alliance as well.

  • Our goal is to promote coexistence between people and lions in northern Kenya and make sure that we respond to everything that's happening and that the lions is safe during this very critical time.

  • We have never seen the river dry.

  • At this time of the year, there's no enough water to sustain people on wildlife e.

  • It's a really, really challenging time.

  • Right now, communities are struggling to take their livestock into areas to find enough grazing.

  • There's no water for any of the animals, both livestock and wildlife water is underground.

  • Andi, this is how we get water for both wildlife in our last stop.

  • Also, for people, it is how wear surviving job.

  • Yeah, but a someone off just call us on, say that he had the country.

  • So we're just going there and check to see if people are shooting those lands little bit.

  • Yeah.

  • Are you looking for?

  • The warriors will respond as soon as they ever hear from any off their network that gunshots had been heard.

  • Or there's any conflict.

  • Guys respond so quickly.

  • Cows have just come to land.

  • Habitants on the lands are very scan.

  • The lands are scared off the cows because off people they know that way kill cows.

  • People would kill them Little win it.

  • Yeah.

  • What would you know?

  • What?

  • Yeah, E.

  • So we found out that when they let's talk to our drinking water, Then the elephant came there.

  • So people are shooting up on the air to scare the elephants.

  • Our I'm still, you know, concerned about the world life in general.

  • But likely it was not lands because we have so few lands.

  • Lions can live with people.

  • Coexistence is possible as long as the people are willing to accept that lion presence, and that's what's happened in the last couple of years.

  • People have accepted lions, tolerated them.

  • The lions feel areas that they're safe in, and they've just recovered in areas where they never used thio.

  • If you want to make a difference, if you want wildlife to succeed, involved the people who are living with wildlife because really, that's the key to their success here.

  • The Samburu communities are the ones protecting the wildlife on.

  • I have a lot of hope because of that.

  • I'm hoping that my community accepting lands so there'll be lands for the future generations, yeah.

Yeah.

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Warrior Watch: Protecting Kenya's Lions | Explorers in the Field

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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