Entries in cheetah (7)

Monday
Mar192018

Conservation Efforts For The Asiatic  Cheetah

Wikimedia Commons | Behnam GhorbaniThe Asiatic cheetah is on the verge of extinction.  It is estimated that less than 50 Asiatic cheetahs remain in the wild. Historically they roamed throughout the Indian subcontinent through to Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Iran to the Arabian Peninsula and Syria.

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Friday
Mar092018

QUIZ: How Much Do You Know About The World's Big Cats? 

Flickr | William Warby

To celebrate last week's World Wildlife Day, this week's focus is all about Big Cat conservation. How well do you know your lion from your tiger? Test your knowledge!

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Friday
Jun062014

Extinction or survival: what’s in store for the Asiatic Cheetah

Now if I were to ask you the question, where do cheetahs live? You would probably answer Africa, but did you know that the only remaining population of the Asiatic Cheetah lives in Iran?

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Friday
Apr122013

Cheetah enrichment in Namibia

The Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project has come up with an ingenious way of keeping their cheetahs occupied - by having volunteers make false prey filled with meat treats!

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Monday
Sep032012

Photo of the Week

This week's Photo of the Week comes courtesy of Frontier volunteer Emma Fisher who took this excellent photo whilst on Frontier's Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project. We'll be asking for your favourite volunteer Photo of the Week each month, so keep an eye out on the Frontier Official Facebook page where we're also running a wildlife photography competition atm :)

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Thursday
May312012

Into the Wild: Frontier in the News

Frontier’s Namibia Carnivore Conservation Programme  has just been featured in today’s metro for the sterling work it’s been carrying out using radio collars to track cheetahs. Here’s what the metro had to say....

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Tuesday
Sep272011

Wildlife Photography – Day 2

Continuing this week’s wonderful theme of wildlife photography, today we profile the work of another Frontier favourite: Roger Hooper.

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