Frankfurt Zoological Society
Markus Borner leads Frankfurt Zoological Society projects in Serengeti National Park from its East African headquarters at Seronera in the heart of the park.
Maasai Environmental Resource Coalition
This coalition is a network of Maasai grassroots organizations working for the protection of traditional land rights as well as for conservation, management, and sustainable use of the East African ecosystems.
This site contains a chronology of events surrounding the reclassification of Amboseli National Park as well as updates on the park's status.
Serengeti National Park
Find an introduction to the natural wonders of Serengeti National Park and play an animal sound game at the park's main Web page.
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