A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED IN & SUPPORTED THE RALLY! YOU EARNED YOUR STRIPES!!
Results to be released at the Great Grevy's Ball
3rd September 2016
The Great Grevy's Ball: A celebration of the Grevy's zebra!
In the late 1970's there were 15,000 Grevy's zebra. Today less than 2,500 remain in the wild. The Grevy's zebra has suffered one of the most drastic population declines of any African mammal, due to climate change, habitat loss and competition with livestock. The Great Grevy's Rally is a census of the population, which will aid Grevy's Zebra Trust and their conservation partners in safeguarding the future of the Grevy's zebra.
A citizen scientist is a member of the public that contributes to scientific research under the guidance of professional scientists. The Great Grevy's Rally is a unique opportunity for citizen scientists to contribute to the preservation of an endangered species. Be a part of the first ever, national census of Grevy's zebra that is using photography and citizen scientists. All you need is four wheels and a sense of adventure!