Ol Jogi Conservancy was founded more than 60 years ago in an area known for having the most diverse number of large mammal species on the planet. Ol Jogi became Kenya’s second private rhino conservancy when it was established in 1980. This sparked a cascade of significant efforts to preserve the biodiversity of this one-of-a-kind landscape. Today, Ol Jogi is an important safe haven for free-roaming African wildlife, with 300 or so rangers protecting a wide range of endangered species, including 65 rhinos, 5,000 reticulated giraffes, and 15% of the world’s remaining Grevy’s zebra population. Not to mention herds of peacefully moseying elephants, lions, Cape buffalo, and the rest of Africa’s enthralling wildlife.