The Enonkishu Conservancy is situated at the north-west of the Masai Mara ecosystem. Since the conservancy was founded, it has been considered the ‘last line of defence’ where wildlife habitat meets farming and commercial land use. The conservancy provides mutually beneficial and sustainable land management for the Maasai people, protecting their culture and heritage while conserving the fragile ecosystem to allow wildlife and bio-diversity to prosper.
The conservancy was founded by Tarquin and Lippa Wood who own the House In The Wild where we base our Masai Mara wildlife photography safaris. The House in the Wild is a source of income needed to run the conservancy.
Although the conservancy itself is not a charity, I’ve chosen to donate 10% for each print sold to the Enonkishu Conservancy fund which helps pay for essential wildlife rangers, their vehicles, the Mara Training Centre and Maasai community projects.