About Lion Guardians

Please visit our website www.lionguardians.org to learn more about the Lion Guardians program

28 comments on “About Lion Guardians

  1. Paula on said:

    Hi Anthony, I like your new layout!

  2. gao xiao on said:

    hi, how can I participate in this program?

  3. Hi gao xiao. Thanks for your interest in Lion Guardians. All I can suggest is that you keep reading this blog, tell all your friends about it, and if you can, donate some money to help the Lion Guardians with their work, or even sponsor a Lion Guardian. Thank you!

  4. Hi Anto, impressive work from your team. I have the dvd for the last filming that we did. Its amazing, i have a copy for you guys as well.


  5. Lion Guardians on said:

    Hi suzi,
    Thanks for keeping a copy for us. The guys will definitely love to watch the dvd.
    Thanks for reading our blog.

  6. Greetings from Canada Antony!

    I just heard about your program on Canadian television. I’m extremely impressed with your mission. Keep up the good work. I’ll be sure to share the information with my family and friends.

  7. Wow! You are amazing people :))
    I love lions and your work with them :))
    Keep it up :))
    Greetings from Czech Republic :)

  8. lionguardians on said:

    Hi. Thanks for all your comments. They really encourage us to work harder to save the wildlife here!

  9. Signa Pendegraft on said:

    Hi Anthony,

    Nice to see locals on the ground and in charge. People and their livlihoods, as well as conservation, matter.
    Thank you for the great website!

    CA/NV, USA

  10. lionguardians on said:

    I definitely agree with that! Thanks for your comment – I am glad you like the site. Please tell your friends about the Lion Guardians!

  11. Liz Smith on said:

    wonderful program! keep up the good work!! i’d love to donate to you but my husband lost his job last month and mine is on the fence, so to speak. as soon as the economy turns around (at least for me) i will make a donation. i will, in the meantime, forward your website information and wonderful deeds to other caring individuals! Namaste!! Liz

  12. Muriel on said:

    I Love lions. Thank you for your job. It’s a wonderful program !

  13. Alexandria on said:

    Lions are my favorite animal in the whole wide world. I appreciate what you are doing for the future of our community, and our world.I am 12 years old, and I watch animal planet each day on lions. You guys are my role models. I want to work with you guys when I grow up.

  14. lionguardians on said:

    Hi Alexandria,
    That’s great that you love lions so much! You can help them by telling all your friends about this blog!
    From the Lion Guardians.

  15. Munkesia ole Talala on said:

    Hi Lion guardian,
    You’re doing wonderful job to educate our people keep it up we will support you

  16. lionguardians on said:

    Thank you so much. Your support is invaluable.

  17. Hi Lion guardian,

    today I was lucky to see the report about your work. I’m from Germany and I think you do a fantastic job. I love Africa and all the animals – especially the lions.
    Please continue your work. I want to come again to Africa – for that dream I’m studying hard.
    I think I will tell all my friends about your site and work.

    Happy New Year


  18. lionguardians on said:

    Hi Elly! Thanks very much for supporting our work, and good luck with your studies – we hope you can fulfill your dream!
    All the best from the Lion Guardians team

  19. Teresa Coertzen on said:

    Hallo Lion Gauardian
    I’m concerned about what the Lions feed on. Seeing that it is not the local cattle herds. I do not think there are any usual Lion Food walking around in Kenya, anymore. All the buck and other wildlife Lion Food, have been killed and eaten. If the Lion do not feed on the catle, then what is left for them to eat?
    Concerned Cat Lover in South Africa

  20. lionguardians on said:

    Hi Teresa!
    That is the exact problem being faced right now as much of the lions’ natural prey has died in the drought we have recently been suffering. However, there is still enough natural prey for the lions, and there has recently been a relocation of a large number of herbivores from a different part of Kenya by KWS.
    Thanks for reading!

  21. Pascal on said:

    Hi Eric, Antony and all Lion guardians,
    First, I want to say thank you for all what you do for lions and Masaï people. I understand you work for both side because Masaïs and Lions live at the same place. If we find solution for Masaï, we’ll find solution for lions. But the most important problem now is that Masaï people have stop to move as they used to do in the past. There is more and more bomas, more cattle, more plantation ! That means there is less place for lions and elephants.
    Do you have informations about lion-proof bomas that KWS has started to build around Amboseli ?
    Last thing, I wish to help you but I would like to communicate with you through email to be able to explain. I’m the chairman of a small NGO in France and we want to do something for lions. So if you can see my email, please write to me as soon as possible. I use to go to Kenya every year and I wish to meet you there to talk about our help. Thank you so much.

  22. michelle on said:

    hi this is very nice and thank you for leting me see this you are not scared of lions wow lol

  23. Erika Castro on said:

    Hola soy de Bolivia y me encanta mucho la labor que hacen, sin embargo quisiera hacerles una consulta, acá en Bolivia existen aproximadamente 20 leones q se rescataron por lo general de los circos. Actualmente no hay espacio en donde mantenerlos, ni reserva q los pueda recibir, y existe la posibilidad de sacrificarlos en caso de no encontrar un lugar para ellos. Yo me encuentro muy preocupada al respecto y me preguntaba q soluciones podrían existir dado q ustedes deben conocer lugares q talvez los puedan recibir.Por favor estaré a la espera de algún comentario.Gracias.Saludos.

  24. Marjorie Lundgren on said:

    It is difficult for any group of people/civilization to change years of cultural practices. Hopefully with education and programs such as this, humans and wild cats can live together somehow. It is a difficult balance and struggle for “power”; the cats need to eat, but the people need their cattle for their own survival, especially in an environment where crop cultivation is very difficult. This is the endless battle of balance between humans and animals occupying the same space/land. Hopefully with education, protecting the homes and cattle with strong fences, they can keep the cats away from their food source. I hope that the practice of using Insecticides such as carbofuran will also be reduced, outlawed. This is a poison that is banned in Europe and the USA, but used in Africa to keep large cats away from crops. Other creative ways to keep the cats away must be found and implemented.

  25. Jeanna on said:

    I grew up in Kenya. My father did his doctrate in Anthropology with the Maasai tribe. I remember him talking about the lion issue. I don’t remember when I learned about this organization but I think it is great. Now as an adult with my own family I am homeschooling my children. We have been learning about countries around the world. This week we are learning about Kenya. We will be holding out own Lion Keepers games. Thank you so much for the work you are doing to support culture and the environment.

  26. Mike Dominici on said:

    What a great program ! I sincrely hope it’s working to help save some of the world’s most majestic animals.It just makes sense that the Masai communicate the true value of these great animals to their own people. I am donating now to help make a difference for this wonderful cause.

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