The following photographs are part of the exhibition ~ Zebra People. It was opened in February 2016 at the National Museum Of Kenya by paleontologist and director of the Kenya Wildlife Service Dr. Richard Leakey.
Portraits of Samburu and Rendille people who have been joined together by the effort to save the Grevy’s Zebra. Their tasks are covering a 10,000SQ KM range in some of the most remote and wildest areas in East Africa.
They are observing, tracking, photographing, protecting, collaring, educating and collating. Their efforts are supported by the Grevy’s Zebra Trust a charity working to protect last 2,800 Grevy’s Zebra left on the planet. With less than 1% of their range currently protected, they are on the IUCN RED list of threatened species.