Our field officers patrol independent zones with regularity. They record the distribution of predators, prey and significant species. In both the Salama and Samburu regions gazelle, zebra and antelope are regular occurrences with the most common being grants gazelle and dikdik in both areas. These gazelle are ...
As human population increases and wildlife are confined to protected areas the issue of wildlife corridors is a tricky subject. The Ulu Conservancy is located on the northern edge of the Salama study area. It is home to several species that are perceived by people as a threat to their lives and livelihoods. Recently, six buffalo ...
Our mission is to promote the conservation of cheetahs through research, awareness and community participation in Kenya. We link with other carnivore programmes through Carnivores, Livelihoods and Landscapes (CaLL).
|Projects & Research|
The basis of our project is research based promotion of ecological awareness and conflict mitigation through community and school education and programs. We also support smale-scale Kenyan craft artist with our Cool Crafts project.
|How You Can Help|
You can help Action For Cheetahs by making a donation and/or volunteering. You can order the beautiful annual calendar, the illustrated children’s book, ACK t-shirts and COOL Craft merchandise (coming soon). We have something for all ages of cheetah lovers!
Support our work
ACK needs your help to support our scouts and the community so we can accomplish our goal of conservation of the cheetahs in Kenya. With your help we can continue our research and conversation activities.
- Student/Teacher Activity Book - $10 each
- Plant 10 Trees - $20
- Support a School Visit - $30
- Field gear for Scouts - $50
- Sponsor Detection Dog - $100/month
- Sponsor Field Officer/month - $200/month
- Field Monitoring Equipment - $500