A century ago, 200,000 lions roamed Africa. Today, fewer than 20,000 run wild. Twenty Four Lions will be the seed population that will reverse this trend in the Zambeze Delta , an ecosystem of over 2 million acres. On August 5, in the largest move of lions across an international boundary in history, Twenty Four Lions will be reintroduced to a 2.5 million-acre habitat in the Zambeze Delta of Mozambique. The environment, once decimated by civil war and poaching, has benefited from a 24-year effort led by Zambeze Delta Safaris and dedicated to sound conservation practices. However, in spite of these efforts, the lion population has struggled to recover. Lions have become extinct in 26 African countries. Twenty Four Lions is determined to make sure that Mozambique doesn’t join that list. The Cabela Family Foundation, in partnership with the Ivan Carter Wildlife Conservation Alliance and Zambeze Delta Safaris, is proud to support this initiative. The whole team preparing for the first load. Photographers, vets, pilots, and assistants all played important roles in getting the lions prepared for the journey to a whole new ecosystem. https://www.24lions.org Join our efforts to reestablish this important ecosystem and reverse the devastating effects that poaching and civil war have had in the area. Your donation will help fund: ● Helicopter aerial patrols, fast reaction motorcycle patrols and foot patrols to protect the Zambeze Delta wildlife ● Ranger equipment, including tents, backpacks, uniforms and water bottles In a perfect world, we would like to double our current efforts to protect this environment. But we can’t do it alone. Join us in supporting Twenty Four Lions and the reestablishment of the ecosystem in the Zambeze Delta of Mozambique. Make a donation to the Wildlife Conservation Alliance, a registered US 501c(3), today.