The cubs of Big Pride Female 245 continue to grow and thrive, regularly seen in the park’s main game area. The female was poisoned, pregnant and dying in late August, but rescued through the combined efforts of DNPW, CSL and ZCP.
DEDICATED TO THE SURVIVAL OF THE WORLD’S RHINO SPECIES THROUGH CONSERVATION AND RESEARCH
At the heart of IRF’s vision is the belief that these magnificent species should endure for future generations, and that protecting rhinos ensures the survival of many other species that share their habitat, including people.
CONSERVING THE WILD CHEETAH POPULATION OF BOTSWANA
The major challenge for the project, funded by grant aid and donor support, is one of improving community perceptions towards predators and ensuring that retaliatory killings do not continue to threaten cheetah numbers, while, at the same time, supporting and protecting rural community welfare.
DEDICATED TO THE CONSERVATION OF LARGE CARNIVORE SPECIES
The Zambian Carnivore Programme is a non-profit Zambian registered trust dedicated to the conservation of large carnivore species (African wild dog, cheetah, lion, leopard, hyena), their prey, and the ecosystems they reside in.