The GVI Trust has been monitoring wildlife on Karongwe for the past 18 years. Ater some deep thinking of the benefits for these cats we've decided to merge our Big Cats project with our Saving African Wildlife as we can have a positive impact on all wildlife as we are all part of a bigger family.
These species are currently listed as vulnerable on the list of threatend species. Since human population has increased, the growth of in frastructure, agriculture and settlements have resulted in cheetahs being pushed out of their historic range as the grasslands are diminishing.
Reflecting on the years, we've seen 15 cubs translocated and also a new female cheetah was relocated. These are just a few achievments we'd like to highlight. If it wasn't for your genourous contributions we wouldn't have been able to monor and track these beautiful cats to better understand how they tilise resources and avoid conflict.
Once again we'd like to thank all our dedicated supporters for continually supporting these iconic cats and please remember to follow link below to the new Saving Afican Widlife project to support these amazing creatures.
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