African People & Wildlife Fund
Maasailand Lion Conservation Program & Maasai Steppe Cheetah Conservation Program
The African People & Wildlife Fund is a registered U.S. 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a regional headquarters in Tanzania; African People & Wildlife Fund, P.O. Box 624, Bernardsville, NJ 07924; Tanzania People & Wildlife Fund, P.O. Box 11306, Arusha, TZ.
Based in the great Maasai Steppe, the lion conservation program focuses on the conservation of one of Tanzania’s most threatened lion populations; the Maasai Steppe Cheetah Conservation program contributes to the active conservation of the cheetah. 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..." Big Cat Conservation
UK organization for and on behalf of registered Wildlife Rescue Shelters and Charities in the UK and overseas.
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..." Cat Action Treasury (CAT)
CAT was created in 1995 to conserve the world’s 36 species of wild cat.
"...We play a leading role in advancing conservation of the big cats - tiger, lion, snow leopard, cheetah, leopard, jaguar and puma – as well as the rare and little known small cats – including marbled cat, clouded leopard, guiña, Andean cat, Asiatic golden cat, Borneo bay cat, flat-headed cat, black-footed cat and Pallas cat...CAT works closely with the IUCN SSC Cat Specialist Group, an international network of over 200 experts on wild cats. " Cheetah and Wild Dog
Rangewide conservation planning for cheetah and African wild dog.
Cheetah Conservation Botswana - Wildlife Conservation Network
Preserve the nation's cheetah population through scientific research, community outreach and education, working with rural communities to promote coexistence with Botswana's rich diversity of predator species.
Botswana is a remaining stronghold for cheetahs, and Cheetah Conservation Botswana’s main task is improving community perceptions towards the cheetah. Cheetah Conservation Botswana works together with the communities that live side-by-side with cheetahs, creating initiatives tailored to meet community needs and priorities. Cheetah Conservation Botswana is a project of the Wildlife Conservation Network (http://wildnet.org/wildlife-programs/cheetah-botswana) Cheetah Conservation Fund
Worldwide conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystem.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)was founded in 1990 by Dr. Laurie Marker. As Namibia has the largest and healthiest population of cheetahs left in the world, CCF's International Research and Education Centre is based in Namibia, near Otjiwarongo. CCF works to: •create and manage long-term conservation strategies for the cheetah throughout their range •develop and implement better livestock management practices, eliminating the need for ranchers to kill so many cheetah •conduct conservation education programs for local villagers, ranchers and school children •continue intensive scientific research in cheetah genetics, biology and species survival Cheetah Kids
Cheetah conservation for kids, including Cheetahkid TV, education and activities.
An education and community-based program to raise awareness on the plight of the Southern African cheetah and to campaign for its survival.
Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah Project
A partnership between the Iranian Department of Enviornment and U.N. Development Programme to safeguard the last remaining, critically endanged Asiatic cheetah.
"...CACP officially began in 1998 with program support from the Iranian Department of Environment, and later the United Nation Development Programme. Today, we see that the population of the Asiatic cheetah has stabilized, while CACP continues to research, protect and network to save this species from extinction..." Felidae Conservation Fund
Advances the conservation of the world’s 37 felidae species and their habitats through a combination of pioneering research, compelling education and state-of-the-art technology.
The Houston Zoo has been supporting the work of Cheetah Conservation Botswana since 2008, offering funding for operating support and educational programming.
Iranian Cheetah Society
Asiatic cheetah (Iranian cheetah) conservation.
Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) is a non-governmental, non-profitable organization in order to save the biodiversity with the Asiatic cheetah as flagship species which is left only in Iran. The ICS is a sophisticated NGO devoted to save the Iranian “Big Five” Carnivores which are normally in conflict with local communities. It has been established in 2001 (registeration number 13640) and just celebrated its "first decade of biodiversity conservation". IUCN/SSC: Cat Specialist Group
Advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species.
"...The IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group brings together more than 200 of the world’s leading cat experts, including scientists, wildlife managers and conservationists from 50 countries who are dedicated to advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species...The Cat Specialist Group is active in many of its own initiatives as well, focusing on the development of tools for the assessment of the species’ status, for the compilation and distribution of intelligence and for supporting the work of its members..." Kavir National Park
The Kavir Biosphere Reserve is located – together with the Touran biosphere reserve - in the Anatolian Iranian Desert. The Kavir plain mainly covers flood plains and low mountain ranges.
The Kavir Biosphere Reserve is located – together with the Touran biosphere reserve - in the Anatolian Iranian Desert. The Kavir plain mainly covers flood plains and low mountain ranges. Apart from arid and semi-arid desert vegetation, steppe communities, salted and sandy lands are characteristical for the biosphere reserve. Including nomads, there are about 35,000 people living in the biosphere reserve (2002) belonging to different tribes. Seasonal grazing by nomads’ livestock takes place in the core area. Due to the unfavorable climate conditions, there are no economic activities in the buffer zone, however grazing, agriculture, horticulture and handicrafts are important sources of income in the transition area. Panthera
Panthera focuses its conservation efforts on imperiled cats, including tigers, lions, jaguars snow leopards and several small wild cats; dwnloadable maps and data.
Persian Heritage Wildlife Foundation
The Persian Wildlife Foundation is currently working with Panthera, the leading international conservation organization solely focused on the big cats, the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation (PWHF), the Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah Program (CACP)
Rangewide Conservation Program for Cheetah and Wild Dog
A joint initiative of the Zoological Society of London and the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Smithsonian: National Zoological Park
The National Zoological Park is a part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex; Cat Conservation Project (cheetahs, clouded leopard and fishing cats).
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute '"...serves as an umbrella for the Smithsonian’s global effort to conserve species and train future generations of conservationists. The SCBI is headquartered in Front Royal, Virginia, at the facility previously known as the National Zoo’s Conservation and Research Center." The National Zoo's Cat Conservation Project "studies reproduction of cats to create scholarly knowledge and to facilitate management and conservation of cheetahs, clouded leopards, and fishing cats." Tanzania Carnivore Conservation Project: Cheetah Watch Campaign
Manages the longest-running in-depth study of a wild cheetah population, and is now estabishing a scheme for monitoring cheetah numbers across the country.
The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre
An African breeding program designed to ensure the long term survival of the cheetah, African wild dog and other rare and endangered species.
The Naankuse Reserve
Our mission is to conserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia and rescue species threatened by an ever-shrinking habitat.
N/a'an ku se Foundation PO Box 99292 Windhoek Namibia We run a Wildlife Sanctuary and Carnivore Conservation Research project to protect and conserve Namibia's vulnerable wildlife. United Nations Development Programme in Iran
Involved in an Asiatic cheetah conservation initiative - Conservation of Asiatic Cheetah Project - with Iran's Department of Education to
University of Oxford: Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU)
WildCRU was founded by David Macdonald, Oxford‘s first Professor of Wildlife Conservation. It is part of the University of Oxford, withinthe Department of Zoology.
Tackling "the emerging biodiversity crisis and wider environmental issues by bridging the gap between academic theory and practical problem solving..." Works in collaboration with Panthera Foundation. Research projects have involved the snow leopard and cheetah, in addition to big cat conservation. White Oak Conservation Center
Strives to achieve productive conservation results through the integration of its breeding programs into efforts to save those species in the wild, and by providing training and research opportunities in veterinary science and conservation biology.
Wildlife Conservation Network
Supports independent, community-based conseration efforts worldwide with a focus on protecting endangered species and preserving their natural habitats.
Wildlife Conservation Society
WCS is dedicated to saving wildlife and wildlife places worldwide through science, global conservation, education and the management of the world's largest system of urban wildlife parks
. World Association of Zoos and Aquariums: North African Cheetah Research and Conservation
OGRAN is a network of in and ex-situ cheetah experts, including veterinarians, ethologists, ecologists and conservationists.