African Wildlife Conservation Fund
Promotes the long-term sustainability of healthy wildlife populations via research and educational partnerships.
"...The Gonarezhou Predator Project was established in 2009 acknowledging the need for information on the status of the park’s large carnivore populations ((lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs and spotted hyenas).. The project is a joint initiative by the Frankfurt Zoological Society and the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and part funded by the African Wildlife Conservation Fund..." The group is also assisting with anti-poaching and snare removal and engaged in other conservation efforts. African Wildlife Foundation
The African Wildlife Foundation, together with the people of Africa, works to ensure the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever; online gallery profiling various wild cats.
African Wildlife Foundation, 1400 Sixteenth St NW, Suite 120, Washington, DC 20036 1-888-494-5354 email@example.com
"...AWF's carnivore conservation efforts focus on finding ways for people and predators to co-exist. The Large Carnivore Research Project near Chobe National Park in Botswana, the Laikipia Predator Project in Kenya, and AWF's lion research near Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park are leading the way in securing the future of these great animals..." Carnivore Conservation Malawi
Our main objectives are to monitor, conserve and restore the balance between the wildlife of Malawi, its ecology and environment.
"...Carnivore Conservation Malawi’s main objectives are to monitor, conserve and restore the balance between the wildlife of Malawi, its environment and ecology, working closely with the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, WESM, MEET, Forestry Department and game reserves in conjunction with other organisations..." KORA
The task of the program KORA is to work out on current issues related to conservation or management of predators, the scientific basis for workable solutions.
Large Carnivore Initiative West & Cental Africa
Establishment and strengthening of a network for large carnivore conservation in the region, while practicing human-carnivore-conflict mitigation
Louisiana Bobcat Refuge
Dedicated to providing rehabilitation and refuge to smaller exotic felids with an emphasis on lynx rufus conservation and research.
A 501 c3, never open to the public and doesn't breed, trade or barter in animals. Our sole purpose is 24/7 pro bono on call assistance for bobcats and smaller felids in need through MVA's, nuisance trapped or injured bobcats, abandoned kittens, illegally owned pet seizures or abandoned bobcats, voluntary pet relinquishments and retired zoo display animals. Some are rehabilitated and successfully released back into the wild, some have forever homes with the peace of no longer being put on display for profit. We are a referral source for LDWF, animal control government offices and the public. LBC is proud to have a current board of two zoologists/DD's, a master's degree teacher with a background in television, a Phd who was with the USGS,, two veterinarians with more than 60 years exotic cat experience and a few more amazingly talented individuals who bring all their experience together pro bono to work for the benefit of the conservation of these cats. Niassa Lion Project | Niassa Carnivore Project
Wildlife researchers Dr. Colleen and Keith Begg founded the Niassa Lion Project in Mozambique in 2003
Niassa Carnivore Project, Postnet Suite 230, Private Bag X18, Rondebosch, 7701, South Africa 27-21-6866665 firstname.lastname@example.org
"...Lions once roamed freely across most parts of Africa. Having already disappeared from northern Africa, they are now found only in parts of southern and eastern Africa and in the southern part of the Sahara desert. With only 23,000-40,000 lions remaining, the African lion population is half of what it was in the early 1950s. Mozambique’s Niassa National Reserve is home to one of only five healthy lion populations left on the continent. More..." Northern Tuli Predator Project
Predator research in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, including leopards and lions.
The Northern Tuli Game Reserve (or Notugre) is a Game Reserve spanning some 72 000 Hectares of Privately-owned land in the north-eastern sector of Botswana’s Tuli Block. It is bordered by South Africa to the south and Zimbabwe to the east. Notugre is an integral part of the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area (GMTFCA) Between the 13th & 17th of June 2013, four lions and one leopard were successfully captured as part of an ongoing large carnivore research project. The reason for the five captures was to remove, replace and fit new satellite GPS radio collars. Predator Conservation Trust
A registered U.K. charity that raises funds for African carnivore reserach and education projects.
Carnivore conservation and management; jaguar, ocelot, puma and cohabitating wildlife.
Tanzania Carnivore Conservation Project
The Tanzania Carnivore Conservation Project at the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) is funded by the Zoological Society of London and the British Government to build the capacity of the TAWIRI to monitor and conserve carnivores.
The Rewilding Institute
To develop and promote the ideas and strategies to advance continental-scale conservation in North America, - See more at: http://rewilding.org/rewildit/about-tri/our-mission/#sthash.aahvJ0cy.dpuf
The Rewilding Institute Website is the essential source of information about the integration of traditional wildlife and wildlands conservation with conservation biology to advance landscape-scale conservation. It provides explanations of key concepts with downloadable documents and links to important papers, essential books, and many groups working on various continental-scale conservation initiatives in North America. - See more at: http://rewilding.org/rewildit/about-tri/our-mission/#sthash.aahvJ0cy.dpuf The Wild Animal Sanctuary
USA-based sanctuary for large carnivores, including wild cats.
"...Animals are not bought, sold, traded, or mistreated in any way. They are given every opportunity to behave naturally in a wonderfully loving environment..." Washington State University: Large Carnivore Conservation Lab
The Large Carnivore Conservation Lab in the Wildlife Program of the School of the Environment (SOE) at Washington State University (WSU) is an academic research unit that conducts field research on the ecology of large carnivores and their prey.