© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
CHAKE CONSERVANCY
The Chake Conservancy is assisting farmers with security lighting installations to deter nocturnal attacks from wildlife.
We install lights on community homesteads off-grid where domestic animals sleep so that they scare off lions, leopards and hyenas from invading the homestead and killing domestic animals. These lights are automated and they turn on by themselves when sunlight levels drop at sundown and temperatures indicate nightfall. When it reaches 6pm in the evening they come on automatically and at six in the morning they go off. This has been found to be very effective in scaring off lions, hyenas and leopards. They have kept elephants away too.
We have installed15 lights in our conservancy so far. Our target is to have 1842 lights installed in our area. Each light installation costs US $350. Lion lovers have assisted in raising funds and we seek more donor partners to help us reach our goal.
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
Progress so far
Would you like to help?
The Kenya wildlife service and Chake conservancy have started installing deterrent flash lights to help reduce human wildlife conflicts and predations. We have installed 10 lights to keep our community animals safe and our people happy with the wildlife.
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
The Chake Conservancy is assisting farmers with security lighting installations to deter nocturnal attacks from wildlife.
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
We install lights on community homesteads off-grid where domestic animals sleep so that they scare off lions, leopards and hyenas from invading the homestead and killing domestic animals. These lights are automated and they turn on by themselves when sunlight levels drop at sundown and temperatures indicate nightfall. When it reaches 6pm in the evening they come on automatically and at six in the morning they go off. This has been found to be very effective in scaring off lions, hyenas and leopards. They have kept elephants away too.
We have installed15 lights in our conservancy so far. Our target is to have 1842 lights installed in our area. Each light installation costs US $350. Lion lovers have assisted in raising funds and we seek more donor partners to help us reach our goal.
Progress so far
Would you like to help?
The Kenya wildlife service and Chake conservancy have started installing deterrent flash lights to help reduce human wildlife conflicts and predations. We have installed 10 lights to keep our community animals safe and our people happy with the wildlife.
The Chake Conservancy is assisting farmers with security lighting installations to deter nocturnal attacks from wildlife.
© Chake Conservancy and licensors 2020
Chake has an ongoing GOFUNDME campaign that welcomes donations. Do you have skills that might assist us? Contact Chake
We install lights on community homesteads off-grid where domestic animals sleep so that they scare off lions, leopards and hyenas from invading the homestead and killing domestic animals. These lights are automated and they turn on by themselves when sunlight levels drop at sundown and temperatures indicate nightfall. When it reaches 6pm in the evening they come on automatically and at six in the morning they go off. This has been found to be very effective in scaring off lions, hyenas and leopards. They have kept elephants away too.
We have installed15 lights in our conservancy so far. Our target is to have 1842 lights installed in our area. Each light installation costs US $350. Lion lovers have assisted in raising funds and we seek more donor partners to help us reach our goal.
Progress so far
Would you like to help?
The Kenya wildlife service and Chake conservancy have started installing deterrent flash lights to help reduce human wildlife conflicts and predations. We have installed 10 lights to keep our community animals safe and our people happy with the wildlife.