Surprising information gathered from cheetah tracking in Namibia28/05/2012 15:48:44 Radio collars enable project to track cheetah movements
May 2012. The N/a'an ku se Carnivore Conservation Research Project is a new project focused on conserving the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia and rescuing cheetahs, leopards and brown hyena who are threatened by an ever-shrinking habitat.
Living amongst livestock but hunting wildlife
The money which Action for the Wild donates to the N/a'an ku se Carnivore Conservation Research Project will help the project continue with its cheetah relocation work, and provide the funds needed to purchase 3 new radio collars to allow the project to check on the movements of any released cheetahs, just like Boris. The collars will also help to understand more about cheetah ecology.
The N/a'an ku se Carnivore Conservation Research Project is a new project supported by Colchester Zoo's Action for the Wild charity.
For further information on this project or to find out how you can help please visit www.actionforthewild.org.
Map showing the latest movement of Na'an ku se's first released cheetah into the wild (c) Na'an ku se Research Project