Cheetah flies and more…

Cheetah flies and more... Do they really bite? Do they suck a small amount of the blood while on their host – or are they simply living off dry skin - as previously believed ? Share on facebook Share on…

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The Aeroplane Coalition

The Aeroplane Coalition The Aeroplane coalition – consisting of three males, Sniper, Spitfire and Quattro and their sister Hurricane – was released from the AfriCat Carnivore Care Centre into the 20 000 ha Okonjima Nature Reserve at the beginning of…

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Veterinary Students from UNAM visit AfriCat

UNAM Veterinary Students visit AfriCat Visit of School of Veterinary Medicine (SoVM) 3rdYear Students visiting Okonjima Nature Reserve and the AfriCat Foundation Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on whatsapp The Veterinary Faculty of the University…

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Electra, a Leopards story thus far…

Electra, a Leopards story thus far... Electra, a female leopard in the Okonjima Nature Reserve has featured over the years in many of the newsletters on the AfriCat website. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on…

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The Control of Cheetah Flies on Carnivores

The Control of Cheetah Flies on Carnivores All captive carnivores at our Carnivore Care Centre were burdened with the Cheetah fly, which resulted in a drop in condition and erratic/aggressive behaviour and required urgent investigation into long-term control of the…

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The Saltpans

The Saltpans In November 2013, two young orphaned cheetahs were found and rescued from the saltpans on the outskirts of Swakopmund. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on whatsapp Locals detected the young cheetahs and instantly…

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Brown Hyaena Project

AfriCat Brown Hyaena Research Study Behavioural ecology and management-induced niche shift of brown hyaena in a closed reserve; implications for conservation management.' Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on email Share on whatsapp Closed reserves are an increasingly common…

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