Utah Trustees Visit Africa
The trustees' first view of Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya, where the Conservancy is working with partners to protect millions of acres of grasslands for people and wildlife.
Trustees spot their first giraffe at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Trustees enjoyed up-close views of white rhinos, one of the large mammals the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy protects and conserves migratory routes for.
Trustees visited with a local school supported by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and the Northern Rangelands Trust.
David Banks, Africa Program Director, points out a smooth spot on a tree where elephants scratch their backs near Sarara Camp, Samburu, Kenya.
Teresa Beck, Co-Chair of the Conservancy's Board of Directors and a Utah Chapter Trustee, stands in front of an elephant at Sarara Camp, Samburu, Kenya.
Looking down into the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania.
Trustees and staff pause for a picnic under an Acacia tree, Serengeti.
Wildebeest from horizon to horizon on the Serengeti, near Dunia Camp, Serengeti.
Trustees were thrilled as they encountered this lion, stopping for a mid-day nap on a kopi, or rock outcropping in the Serengeti.
A mother and baby hippo wade in the Marra River, near Sayari Camp in the northern Serengeti.
Brother and sister cheetah cubs keep a sharp eye on staff and trustees near Sayari Camp in the northern Serengeti.