Those who have a passion for wildlife can volunteer to accompany and support the staff of the Lumo Wildlife Sanctuary, in Kenya. The rangers of this sanctuary work on registering wildlife sightings, updating and maintaining the protected areas, helping treat injured animals, guiding tours, as well as harsher jobs like removing animal traps, working on reforestation of the area, and promoting environmental education in schools located around the sanctuary, as well as programs built for the locals.
The Lumo Sanctuary is a private resort that borders with the Tsavo National Park so that the wild animals may freely roam between the park and the sanctuary. Lumo is about 500 km squared, and is a Savannah landscape with a few rocky mountains. The animals populating the sanctuary include elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, leopards, and ostriches, just to name a few.
The Lumo Wildlife Sanctuary receives its financing though environmentally-friendly tourism. Whether it is day or night, there are always tours going on in the sanctuary that are guided by park rangers. Some of these safaris include game drives, and walking safaris.