Vehicle accidents caused by camel crossing is a serious problem in regions where there is a large population of camels. This paper presents a camel alert and tracking system that tracks the locations of camels and warns drivers whenever the camels approach the road. The proposed system consists of four components: collars that are attached to the camels, a control unit located in the area where the system is deployed, warning signs that are fixed along the road, and a system server. In this system, the collar unit will periodically obtain the camel location using GPS and transmit it to the control unit using LoRaWAN. The control unit will process the received data and activate, via a LoRaWAN broadcast, the warning signs if there are camels approaching the road. The control unit will also forward the received data to the server where it will be stored in a database that can be accessed by authorized personals to track and locate camels. A prototype has been built and tested to validate the proposed system. The results demonstrate the feasibility of the system in terms of functionality, safety, and cost.