Ranger Outposts (Uganda Conservation Foundation)

About Ranger Outposts (Uganda Conservation Foundation)

Uganda’s elephants are a small, recovering population. They are still extremely vulnerable to the threats of bush meat and ivory poaching, which have risen over recent years. Help us support UCF’s work recovering the elephant populations of Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Parks by building two frontline ranger posts: 1) Ayago Marine Ranger Station and Ranger Post, to be located at the confluence of the Ayago and Nile Rivers, in Murchison Falls National Park and 2) Point 38 Ranger Post, to be located in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.



Ranger Outposts (Uganda Conservation Foundation)

About Ranger Outposts (Uganda Conservation Foundation)

Uganda’s elephants are a small, recovering population. They are still extremely vulnerable to the threats of bush meat and ivory poaching, which have risen over recent years. Help us support UCF’s work recovering the elephant populations of Murchison Falls and Queen Elizabeth National Parks by building two frontline ranger posts: 1) Ayago Marine Ranger Station and Ranger Post, to be located at the confluence of the Ayago and Nile Rivers, in Murchison Falls National Park and 2) Point 38 Ranger Post, to be located in the Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park.