Browse by Type of Corridor

Use the table below to find a corridor by type, urgency or region.
Filter the table by clicking the region, type or urgency. Click on the corridor name to see the full entry.

Definitions of Type and Urgency are found at the foot of the table.

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Corridor Type Urgency Region
Bujingijila (Mt Rungwe-Livingstone) E Critical Mbeya
Burigi-Akagera (Rwanda) B Critical Kagera
Burigi-Moyowosi/ Kigosi C Critical Kagera , Kigoma , Shinyanga
Gombe-Kwitanga E Critical Kigoma
Gombe-Mukungu-Rukamabasi E Critical Kigoma
Greater Gombe Ecosystem-Masito-Ugalla A Moderate Kigoma
Igando-Igawa D Moderate Iringa
Katavi-Mahale D Critical Kigoma , Rukwa
Katavi-Rungwa C Moderate Iringa , Mbeya , Rukwa
Kilimanjaro-Amboseli (Kenya) (Kitendeni) D Critical Arusha , Kilimanjaro
Loazi-Kalambo E Critical Rukwa
Loazi-Lwafi D Extreme Rukwa
Manyara Ranch-Lake Natron D Moderate Manyara
Manyara-Ngorongoro (Upper Kitete/Selela) D Extreme Arusha , Manyara
Muhezi-Swaga Swaga C Critical Dodoma
Selous-Niassa (Mozambique) D Moderate Ruvuma
Tarangire-Makuyuni (Makuyuni) D Moderate Manyara
Tarangire-Mkungunero/ Kimotorok D Moderate Manyara
Tarangire-Simanjiro Plains D Critical Arusha , Manyara
Tarangire-Manyara (Kwakuchinja) D Critical Manyara
Udzungwa-Mikumi C Critical Morogoro
Udzungwa-Ruaha D Critical Iringa
Udzungwa-Selous D Extreme Iringa , Morogoro
Uzungwa Scarp-Kilombero NR (Mngeta) E Critical Iringa , Morogoro
Uluguru North-South E Critical Morogoro
Usambaras, East (Derema) E Critical Tanga
Usambaras, West E Critical Tanga
Wami Mbiki-Handeni/ Southern Masai Steppe A Moderate Morogoro , Tanga
Wami Mbiki-Jukumu/Gonabis/ Northern Selous A Critical Morogoro
Wami Mbiki-Mikumi A Extreme Morogoro
Wami Mbiki-Saadani A Extreme Morogoro


Extreme - probably less than 1 year remaining or already closed.
Critical - probably less than 3 years remaining.
Moderate - less than 20 years remaining.

Estimated years remaining before corridor will be closed are based on 2009 evaluation presented in report.

Types of wildlife corridor in Tanzania

Click on the title for more information on each type of corridor.

A - Unconfirmed corridors.
B - Uncultivated lands between protected areas without documentation on animal movement.
C - Continuous or semi-continuous non-agricultural land between protected areas with anecdotal information on animal movements.
D - Known animal movement routes between two protected areas.
E - Potential connectivity of important habitats.