After an hour or so, we landed in LEWA (they have a wonderful website if you want to know more about the conservency) http://www.lewa.org/
...as we drove to the research camp, we saw wildlife right away. I'm happy to say that the first animal I saw this trip was a Grevy's zebra (above). LEWA has a very important population of Grevy's and is a magical place for sure. They also work very closly with the communities that live nearby. I think that is why I love it so much. I'm here to work with LEWA's new education officer, who teaches environmental eduation on the conservency with visiting school kids. Some kids have never seen wildlife in person and thankfully, LEWA brings kids here so that they can. The rain just stopped, and I will try to post again, but the internet turns off at 5pm each day with the generator...I will post as often as I can, and answer as many questions as I can too.