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Vultures Flight - WIN for International Vulture Day!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Tue August 20, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

The 7th of September is International Vulture Day and we're on a rescue mission of note!

Southern Africa is home to nine irreplaceable vulture species, of which two are endangered, 6 are critically endangered and one is already extinct.

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My Planet for the Cheetah Preservation Foundation

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu June 13, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Supporting The Cheetah Preservation Foundation, just got a whole lot easier!

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The Cheetah Guys: Cycling for a Cause

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Thu May 9, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

This year, the non-profit Cheetah Preservation Foundation (CPF) will be joining forces with Dryland Events Management for the 3rd consecutive 36ONE MTB Challenge from 17 – 19 May 2019.

Representing the world’s fastest land mammal, the goal is to raise awareness & funds to help win the race against extinction

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NPC helps to save flamingo lives!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri February 15, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Less than 10km from Kimberly’s famous Big Hole, lies the Kamfers Dam. It has been one of only 4 vital breeding grounds in Africa for the lesser flamingos and is sadly experiencing a drought which has led to the once 400 hectare dam, dropping far below it’s normal magnitude.

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Meet your Match

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Mon February 11, 2019 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.
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Endangered Vultures call Cango Wildlife Ranch Home

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri November 30, 2018 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

Vultures, though often depicted as mean or dangerous, are actually exactly the opposite. Romantics at heart, they pair for life, and unknown to most public, they are natures hygiene life-line. They play an extraordinary role in keeping deadly diseases like botulism, cholera and anthrax at bay, not only for animals in the wild, but this limits the spread of disease for communities the world over. Southern Africa is home to nine irreplaceable vulture species, of which two are endangered, 6 are critically endangered and one is already extinct.

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48 hours for Vulture Awareness | Creating a Vulture Culture

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Wed October 3, 2018 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

"The 2 day campaign of living with his vulture brothers, is aimed to raise awareness on living in symbiosis with these sorely misunderstood scavengers. Delano will be proving that the negative stigma is far from the truth and that sharing our planet is much easier than most would like to believe. Without vultures… pests would raid, disease would spread, our waters would become contaminated and the whole ecosystem would be compromised."

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Speckles turns 10!

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Fri September 21, 2018 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

A perfect gift for the sweetest animal at our facility. Speckles,our Spotted-Necked Otter, turns 10 on the 30th of September and we're doing all we can to make it memorable!

"Speckles has been due for a home upgrade for some time, and we are ecstatic to say that we now have the space to give it to her! Sadly, we still have a way to go in gathering funds to complete the whole move. This would be the perfect 10th birthday gift for her bright spirit."
Carmen Ellis, Cheetah Preservation Foundation manager.

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Oudtshoorn PSP: A helping hand

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Mon September 17, 2018 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

A little goes a LONG way.

"We wouldn't have been nearly as far as we were in the world without the help we receive from animal-loving and kind-hearted entities like them."

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International Tiger Day | 29 July 2018

Posted by Cheetah Preservation Foundation on Wed July 25, 2018 in Cheetah Preservation Foundation NPC.

International Tiger Day | 29 July 2018

Tigers have always been known as the most powerful beings in the forest, yet the Javan, Bali & Caspian Tigers have not survived mankind - and things are not looking up at all for the rest of Tiger species.

Although they are protected by wildlife laws their numbers keep decreasing.

We would like to make sure that extinction remains just a word in the dictionary - but we need your help!

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