New Ongava Research Centre...

Our new research facility will be opening in April 2019, we’ll update the website soon with more information.

We have left our previous blog online below if you’d like to have a look at some of the amazing camera trap images from the past 3 years.


Ongava Research Centre Blog...


Fieldwork Blog - Leopard Study 1
- (Added 24. Sep. 2012 - 05:58)

We have been recording images of leopards on Ongava with our camera traps:

 

 

 

 

and also with the occasional visual sighting (image courtesy one of our Anti-Poaching Team, Gustav Guxab):

 

 

 

 

but do not have a clear picture of how many leopards are here, how males and females may differ in their use of space, etc.

 So we now have 2 GPS collars ready for deployment, one for a male leopard, and the other for a female. Simply a matter of catching two leopards....

 Join our next blog as we show you how we hope to catch what is undoubtedly the most cunning and secretive of the big cats!

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