Rain Forest In Tanzania

Wildlife Corridors

This website intends to compile in one place a summary of current knowledge on Tanzania's wildlife corridors to serve primarily as a useful reference.

The aim is to present the most up-to-date available information in a way that will be of value to all interested parties.

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Statement

The conservation of wildlife corridors across Tanzania is gaining more interest both nationally and internationally. Wildlife corridors can help secure national interests (water, energy, tourism, biodiversity, carbon sinks and development) and can also meet the needs and rights of local communities.

However, once corridors are lost they cannot be restored, and many corridors are disappearing quickly. This site strives to focus greater attention on the issue, and to encourage more research, discussion and conservation of these important areas.

The Report

Download the full 2009 report - Wildlife Corridors in Tanzania - as a pdf(4.5MB) :

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Browse Corridors

Fiscal ShrikeUse the Corridors page to find a list of corridors currently identified. Browse using a map or by the region in Tanzania.

Browse Corridors by Geography »

ZebraFind a corridor using key wildife species the corridor important for on the Wildlife page, as well as links to more information on Tanzanian Wildlife.

Browse Corridors by Wildlife »

KipunjiUse the Corridor Types page to browse corridors by either their type or the urgency of their conservation status.

Browse Corridors by Details »

About Wildlife Corridors

ElephantFind out more about wildlife corridors: what they are and why they are important.


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HyenaFind out how wildlife corridors are threatened and why.


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