Ears back..After getting harassed by the topi and found out by the wildebeest, the cheetah brothers walk off into the sunset in search of easier prey. Mara North Conservancy, Kenya. The wildebeest are on high alert. Following their gaze I see two male cheetah … Read More →
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“Mamma Cheetah!” someone shouts at us from the crowds of people strolling through the dusty streets. The Action for Cheetahs in Kenya team just filled up the truck and is pulling out of the rough–n-tumble town of Isiolo. Whoever enthusiastically shouted out to the cheetah … Read More →
While traveling with Cheetah Conservation Botswana, I had the rare experience to meet the Nai Nai San Bushmen of the Central Kalahari. The name Nai Nai translates directly as “people of the bush” thus they consider themselves to be the true bushmen. This small family … Read More →
This animal was killed by a coalition of four male cheetah just a few hours prior. Note the teeth marks where the cheetah suffocated the prey to its death, barely piercing the skin.