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Africat Namibia


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The AfriCat Foundation was founded in 1991 and officially registered as a non-profit organisation in 1993.

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AfriCat ran the largest cheetah and leopard rescue-and-release programme in the world – in the last 18 years 1060 of these predators were rescued. Over 85% were released back into the wild. However, despite concerted efforts, few adopted these tried and tested solutions and AfriCat soon became the easy way out – 'problem' Cheetahs & Leopards were caught in cage traps and AfriCat was called to collect!

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URL: http://www.africat.org/


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The Afri-Leo Foundation
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Cats Unlimited Wildlife Foundation
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Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)
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Elephant-Human Relations Aid (EHRA)
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The Namibian Coast Conservation and Management Project (NACOMA)
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Brown Hyena Research Project
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Harnas Wildlife Foundation
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Gosling, L.M. 2012. Population ecology of Hartmann's mountain zebra: comparisons between protected areas in southern Namibia. Mountain Zebra Project – 4th progress report
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2012 Report691 kb docx
Griffin, M. 1993. Annotated checklist and conservation status of mammals, reptiles and amphibians of the Sperrgebiet, southern Namib Desert, Namibia
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1993 Report5.35 mb pdf
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Berger, J., Cunningham, C., Gawuseb, A.A. and Lindeque, M. 1993. "Costs" and Short-Term Survivorship of Hornless Black Rhinos. Conservation Biology, 7(4): 920–924
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1993 Journal Article205 kb pdf
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Stein, A.B., Fuller, T.K. and Marker, L.L. 2008. Opportunistic use of camera traps to assess habitat-specifc mammal and bird diversity in northcentral Namibia. Biodiversity Conservation, 17: 3579–3587
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2008 Journal Article198 kb pdf
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Trinkel, M., Fleischmann, P.H. and Slotow, R. 2016. Electrifying the fence or living with consequences? Problem animal control threatens the long-term viability of a free-ranging lion population. Journal of Zoology, doi: 10.1111/jzo.12387
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2016 Journal Article
Brown, C. 2016. Creating a national support mechanism for environmental NGOs: Namibian Chamber of Environment. Symposium on animal movements & satellite tracking in Namibia, November 2016
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2016Symposium on animal movements & satellite tracking in Namibia, November 2016Presentation7.62 mb pptx
Stander, P. 2007. Behaviour-ecology and Conservation of desert-adapted Lions. 2007 Progress Report of the Kunene Lion Project, Namibia
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2007 Report1.27 mb pdf
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Stander, P. 2006. Population ecology and demography of Kunene Lions - January 2006. Research Paper: 2006/1
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2006 Report2.92 mb pdf
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Stander, P. 1999. Conservation of lions and other large carnivores in Etosha National Park and Khorixas District, Namibia: Population ecology and long term monitoring of free-ranging populations in a marginal and arid environment. Quarterly Report, November 1999
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1999 Report693 kb pdf
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Hauptfleisch, M. 2017. The secretive creatures of Namibia's forgotten corner: An intensive small and meso-mammal study of Kavango East conservancies. Air Namibia Flamingo Inflight Magazine, 23 January 2017: 26-29
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2017 Report448 kb pdf
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Wild Dog Project. 2011. Conservation of the African Wild Dog in Namibia: Human-Wild Dog Conflict on Communal Lands - Okakarara District, Otjozondjupa
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2011 Report2.06 mb pdf
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Wild Dog Project
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Wasiolka, B. and Blaum, N. 2009. The impact of shrub encroachment on animal diversity (birds, reptiles, mammals) in Namibian savanna rangelands. Spotlight on Agriculture, 114. Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry
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2009Ministry of Agriculture, Water and ForestryReport744 kb pdf
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Brain, C. and Mitchell, D. 1999. Body Temperature Changes in Free-ranging Baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus) in the Namib Desert, Namibia. International Journal of Primatology, 20(4): 585-598
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Berger, J. and Cunningham, C. 1996. Is rhino dehorning scientifically prudent? Pachyderm, 21: 60-68
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1996 Journal Article55 kb pdf
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Hamilton III, W. J., Buskirk, R.E. and Buskirk, W.H. 1978. Omnivory and Utilization of Food Resources by Chacma Baboons, Papio ursinus. The American Naturalist, 112(987): 911-924
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1978DRFN DLIBJournal Article
Dujardin, R. and Fox, V.E. 1997. Observations on Dik-Dik Madoqua kirkii in the Namutoni area of Etosha National Park. Madoqua, 19(2): 107-110
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1997 Journal Article466 kb pdf
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Berry, H.H. and Lenssen, J. 1997. Cape Fur Seal predation by Brown Hyaena in the Namib-Naukluft Park, Namibia. Madoqua, 19(2): 115-116
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1997 Journal Article401 kb pdf
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Carter, K.D., Seddon, J.M., Frère, C.H., Carter, J.K. and Goldizen, A.W. 2013. Fission–fusion dynamics in wild giraffes may be driven by kinship, spatial overlap and individual social preferences. Animal Behaviour, 85(2): 385–394
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2013 Journal Article
Tilson, R.L. and Hamilton, W.J. 1984. Social dominance and feeding patterns of spotted hyaenas. Animal Behaviour, 32(3): 715–724
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1984 Journal Article
Fielden, L.J. 1991. Home range and movements of the Namib Desert golden mole, Eremitalpa granti namibensis (Chrysochloridae). Journal of Zoology, 223(4): 675–686
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1991 Journal Article
Brain, C., Forge, O. and Erb, P. 1999. Lion predation on black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) in Etosha National Park. African Journal of Ecology, 37(1): 107–109
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1999 Journal Article
Tilson, R., von Blottnitz, F. and Henschel, J. 1980. Prey selection by spotted hyaena (Crocuta crocuta) in the Namib Desert. Madoqua, 12(1): 41-49
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1980 Journal Article617 kb pdf
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Bothma, J. du P. and Nel, J.A.J. 1980. Winter food and foraging behaviour of the aardwolf Proteles cristatus in the Namib-Naukluft Park. Madoqua, 12(3): 141-149
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1980 Journal Article1.65 mb pdf
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NNF. 2008. Background information and species management guidelines for Namibia's rare and valuable wildlife - southern savanna buffalo
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2008 Book, Book Section, Booklet3.47 mb pdf
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Paterson, B. 2003. A Knowledge-based approach to species management. The Transboundary Mammal Project, Windhoek, August 2003
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2003 Presentation328 kb ppt
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Giraffid - Newsletter of the IUCN SSC Giraffe and Okapi Specialist Group, Volume 6(1), July 2012
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2012 Journal Article3.11 mb pdf
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Giraffid - Newsletter of the IUCN SSC Giraffe and Okapi Specialist Group, Volume 5(1), December 2011
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2011 Journal Article3.8 mb pdf
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Sheppe, W. 1972. A note on research into mammals of the Chobe River flood-plain. Botswana Notes and Records, 4: 281
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1972 Journal Article
Pinto, V., Beja, P., Ferrand, N. and Godinho, R. 2016. Hybridization following population collapse in a critically endangered antelope. Scientific Reports, 6:18788
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2016 Journal Article932 kb pdf
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Holm, E. 1969. Contribution to the knowledge of the biology of the Namib Desert golden mole, Eremitalpa granti namibensis Bauer and Niethammer 1959. Scientific Papers of the Namib Desert Research Station, 41: 37-42
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1969 Journal Article1.11 mb pdf
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NACSO. 2015. Game counts in north-west Namibia
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2015 Poster859 kb pdf
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NACSO. 2014. Game counts in north-central Namibia
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2014 Poster897 kb pdf
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NACSO. 2010. Game counts in southern Namibia, May 2010
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2010 Report599 kb pdf
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NACSO. 2006. Game counts in north-west Namibia, June 2006
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2006 Report157 kb pdf
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NACSO. 2005. Game counts in north-west Namibia, June 2005
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2005 Report859 kb pdf
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Henschel, J.R., Tilson, R. and von Blottnitz, F. 1979. Implications of a spotted hyaena bone assemblage in the Namib Desert. The South African Archaeological Bulletin, 34(130): 127-131
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1979 Journal Article
Taylor, A., Balfour, D., Kirsty Brebner, D., Coetzee, R., Davies-Mostert, H., Lindsey, P.A., Shaw, J. and 't Sas-Rolfes, M. 2017. Sustainable rhino horn production at the pointy end of the rhino horn trade debate. Biological Conservation, 216: 60-68
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2017 Journal Article
Stander, P. 2004. Population ecology and distribution of lions in the Kunene and Erongo Regions, Namibia. June 2004
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2004 Report548 kb pdf
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AfriCat Foundation: Annual Report 1 March 2012 to 28 February 2014
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2014 4.26 mb pdf
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Woodroffe, R., André, J-M., Andulege, B., Bercovitch, F., Carlson, A., et al. 2004.Tools for the conservation of African wild dogs: Do we know enough? What more do we need to know?. Report of a Workshop on Research for Conservation of the African Wild Dog Kruger National Park, South Africa – 25th-29th October 2004
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2004 Report1.61 mb pdf
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Pedersen, C-E.T., Albrechtsen, A., Etter, P.D., Johnson, E.A., Orlando, L., Chikhi, L., Siegismund, H.R. and Heller, R. 2018. A southern African origin and cryptic structure in the highly mobile plains zebra. Nature Ecology and Evolution, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-017-0453-7
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2018 Journal Article2.45 mb pdf
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Edwards, S., Noack, J., Heyns, L. and Rodenwoldt, D. 2019. Evidence of a high-density brown hyena population within an enclosed reserve: the role of fenced systems in conservation. Mammal Research, 1-9
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2019 Journal Article

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