Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Opening of a new Conservation and Tourism Centre in Solitaire

Our new site will be a 500-hectare reserve and will accommodate injured and sick cheetahs with the view of releasing them back into the wild. Cheetahs that have come into conflict with humans but are not livestock killers will be part of the reintroduction program. 

The Centre will host an educational facility that is open to the public and offer display information and seminar talks about our Conservation Research Program. Tourists will also be able to join  our group of elite biologists to assist in wildlife activities such as feeding the animals, wildlife-tracking within the purpose-built enclosures, nature walks on and around the farm, and carnivore surveillance in the greater Namib area. 

To find out more about volunteering at either our Namibrand site or our new Solitaire site please contact volunteer@naankuse.com