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The Tanzania Carnivore Conservation Project at the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) is funded by the Zoological Society of London and the British Government through their Darwin Initiative. It aims to build the capacity of the TAWIRI to monitor and conserve carnivores, with a special emphasis on Cheetahs and Wild Dogs, two threatened species of which Tanzania holds globally important populations.
The project has three data gathering activities:
- The Carnivore Atlas Project - which aims to collect information on the distribution of the 35 or more carnivore species in Tanzania
- The Cheetah Watch Campaign - which aims to monitor cheetahs across Tanzania using individual identification through photographs
- The Wild Dog Watch Campaign - which aims to monitor wild dogs across Tanzania using individual identification through photographs
Look who's back
Two females reappear in our study area
Boys will be boys
An update on the study's territorial males
Read all about it!
Serengeti Cheetah Project in National Geographic magazine
The study's female cheetahs introduce us to a plethora of new cubs
The Next Generation of Nuts
Almond introduces us to her latest litter