Conservation Research: GPS Collar for Leopards / Cheetahs
Human-carnivore conflict mitigation is a main area of conservation research at the N/a'an ku sê Foundation. Working closely with farmers in Namibia, free-roaming leopards and cheetahs are humanely trapped, sedated and fitted with GPS collars. The predator is then released back onto the farmer's land. Since 2008, this practice has scientifically proven that the majority of big cats do not target livestock, and this has subsequently reduced the unnecessary persecution of carnivores on farmers' lands by 80%.
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