WildLandscapes International is partnering with Ol Pejeta and Mutara Conservancies and local stakeholders to develop a vision, strategy, and to secure resources for a 22,000-acre rhino reserve, working towards a 209,000-acre conservation project in Laikipia. This landscape is critical to restore East African black rhinos and other endangered species such as Grevy's zebras, African wild dogs, and Temminck’s pangolins.

WildLandscapes International is assisting Laikipia Wildlife Forum and Ol Pejeta Conservancy in an effort to develop a regional wildlife strategy to better coordinate conservancies and other landowners in Laikipia for managing wide-ranging wildlife such as elephants, East African black rhinos, lions, and African wild dogs across 3.5 million acres of globally significant wildlife habitat.