AFRICAN BIG CAT CONSERVATION
Our conservation work with Africa's big cats that are under serious threat involves monitoring, studying, collaring, tracking and trans-locating Leopard, Lion and Cheetah to ensure their protection. We are affiliated with the global big cat authority, Panthera, to conduct the largest leopard survey of its kind in the world and have been campaigning alongside Blood Lions and others to put a stop to canned hunting and the captive breeding of lions. We are monitoring important cheetah populations across multiple game reserves and are studying their behavioral ecology and genetic health.
We monitor these species 365 days a year along with other endangered or priority species such as African Wild Dogs, Rhino and Elephant and Vultures.
OUR WORK WITH LIONS
Support Wildlife ACT and help contribute directly to ethical and sustainable lion conservation. Wildlife ACT specializes in monitoring existing lion populations, which is essential when managing and protecting a species. We achieve this by:
OUR WORK WITH CHEETAH
OUR WORK WITH LEOPARD