The cheetah is Africa’s most threatened big cat and in Botswana they number in about 2000. To avoid competition from other carnivores, cheetahs have evolved to have large home ranges and because of this they often come into conflict with rural communities. We work with our partner project in Botswana to protect and monitor wild cheetah populations, as well as educate and instill a respect and understanding of the role predators play in the ecosystem, while helping to assist farmers to protect their livestock from predation through community outreach programs. These include a livestock guard dog program and educational workshops for children and farmers.


You can support our cheetah project in many ways - contribute to our fundraisers, purchase something from our shop, or you can purchase any of the below items directly for the project:

  • Donate any amount to this project - CLICK HERE

  • 10 x Cheetah - A Predator Resource for the Students of Botswana books for school children - AUD $65 - BUY NOW

  • One mobile workshop for 20 farmers - AUD $190 - BUY NOW

  • Camera trap - AUD$320 - BUY NOW

  • Vaccination and sterilization of a livestock guarding dog - AUD $440 - BUY NOW

  • Monitoring of one collared cheetah for a year - AUD $630 - BUY NOW