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Wilderness without wildlife is just scenery.

- Lois Crisler -

In the end, we will conserve only what we love;
we will love only what we understand and we will understand only what we are taught.

- Baba Dioum -

Cheetah with cubs in the wild

Cheetah Outreach Vision

To ensure the survival of the free-ranging, Southern African Cheetah. Cheetah Outreach is an educational and conservation based facility that partners with cheetah Ambassadors to offer a unique personal experience in order to raise awareness and to ensure financial sustainability of the Cheetah Outreach conservation program.

There are about 1326 cheetahs in South Africa of which approximately 500 free ranging cheetah live on unprotected farm lands in the northern part of the country. The facility promotes the work of the Cheetah Outreach Trust to conserve this viable population and engage both local and international visitors to connect and join in saving these elegant African predators.

We have partnered captive-born Ambassadors for over 25 years, thereby raising their profile amongst the public and successfully supporting the efforts of the Trust founded by Cheetah Outreach. Our facility also hosts a well regarded educational program for learners in the Cape Town area.

The Cheetah Outreach Trust working with the communities in free ranging cheetah territory have developed initiatives that reduce the human-wildlife conflict.

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Cheetah Outreach

Cheetah Outreach

Our vision: to promote the survival of the free-ranging Southern African cheetah through Environmental Education and in-situ conservation.

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Tobias and Tinashe - The primary function of the cheetah's tail is to act as a counterbalance during high-speed chases. When a cheetah runs, it can reach speeds of up to 60 to 70 miles per hour (97 to 113 kilometers per hour). The tail helps maintain balance and stability, especially when making sharp turns to pursue agile p#cheetahoutreachr#cheetahe#tailst#run #spot#spot ... See MoreSee Less

Tobias and Tinashe - The primary function of the cheetahs tail is to act as a counterbalance during high-speed chases. When a cheetah runs, it can reach speeds of up to 60 to 70 miles per hour (97 to 113 kilometers per hour). The tail helps maintain balance and stability, especially when making sharp turns to pursue agile prey.
#cheetahoutreach #cheetah #tails #run #spot
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Cheetah Outreach

Tinashe - one of Tinashe's favorite spots - the corner of the platfo#cheetahoutreachr#cheetahe#spot##bigcatsg#view#view ... See MoreSee Less

Tinashe - one of Tinashes favorite spots - the corner of the platforms.
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3 days ago
Cheetah Outreach

Please support this initiative to raise funds for the conservation work of the Cheetah Outreach Trust.
Please like and share this post.WIN AN AMAZING VACATION AT A PRIME SPOT RESORT IN MOZAMBIUE AND SUPPORT THE WORK OF THE CHEETAH OUTREACH TRUST!!!!!!
www.backabuddy.co.za/campaign/free-roaming-cheetah-conservation

The Cheetah Outreach Trust (cheetahoutreachtrust.co.za/) is a registered non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of free-roaming cheetahs in South Africa. We are fortunate to have been donated a voucher for seven nights of self-catering lodging in the family casita at Neptune's Lodge and Beach Bar www.neptuneslodge.com/ valued at R15000.00. Neptune's Lodge is located on Barra Beach in Mozambique. The terms and conditions set forth by Neptune’s Lodge and Beach Bar are applicable.

Take a chance and contribute to our fundraising and support our conservation efforts by entering to win this incredible stay at "Baradise" Mozambique. The Cheetah Outreach Trust's conservation efforts will benefit entirely from the donations received through the raffle tickets.

The warm Indian Ocean waves at Neptune's Lodge and Beach Bar are calling! Don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Supporting this wonderful fundraising initiative will allow you to help us in our conservation efforts. Use the DONATE button - R500.00 for each raffle ticket.

Unfortunately, this giveaway is not open to staff, direct family members of Cheetah Outreach Trust, employees, or Trustees of the Cheetah Outreach Trust. The raffle drawing is scheduled for October 4, 2024, which is World Animal Day.

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