Jeneria Lekilelei, a warrior from the Samburu tribe of Northern Kenya, has dedicated his life to wildlife conservation. In 2010 he founded Warrior Watch to encourage Samburu men to conserve lions. Since then, the local lions population has risen from 11 animals to 50. However, increased periods of drought in recent years force wildlife and people to compete for the same resources, oftentimes causing conflict. Watch as Lekilelei and his team fight to protect lions under the harshest conditions.


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Director/Producer: Vanessa Serrao
Producer/Editor: Monica Pinzon
Director of Photography: Owen Bissell
Associate Producer: Yenee Wondafrash
Series Producer: Chris Mattle


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