The patterns of wildlife that move across the landscapes, how man and wildlife have an interdependence, where man benefits from wildlife, wildlife from man; the exigencies of life in these vast and wild landscapes.
Wildlife in Tanzania needs large landscapes in order to survive. They move onto village land that is owned by local communities who are living adjacent to these parks, sometimes spending up to 60% of the time outside these parks. Local communities are providing sustainable solutions to wildlife and this is their story, described in the story map developed by a team of Honeyguide staff and volunteers; it is the story of communities and their role in the future of protecting national parks in Tanzania; the story of Randilen Wildlife Management Area.
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