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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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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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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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Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC)
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Millennium Seed Bank Project in Namibia (MSBP)
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Northwestern Namibia Desert-Dwelling Elephant and Giraffe Project. September 2004, Collaring/De-Collaring Exercise, Trip Report
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2004 Report87 kb pdf
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Etosha National Park - Conservation Counts
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Mamili (Nkasa Lupala) National Park
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The Avian Demography Unit - Namibian connections. Birdlife, 82
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2007 Report179 kb pdf
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Lindsey, P.A., Havemann, C.P., Lines, R., Palazy, L., Price, A.E., Retief, T.A., Rhebergen, T. and van der Waal, C. 2013. Determinants of Persistence and Tolerance of Carnivores on Namibian Ranches: Implications for Conservation on Southern African Private Lands. PLoS ONE, 8(1): e52458
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2013 Journal Article679 kb pdf
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Marker, L., Dickman, A., Wilkinson, C., Schumann, B. and Fabiano, E. 2007. The Namibian Cheetah: Status Report. CAT News Special Issue 3 – Cheetahs in Southern Africa
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2007 Report380 kb pdf
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Horak, I.G., Anthonissen, M., Krecek, R.C. and Boomker, J. 1992. Arthropod parasites of springbok, gemsbok, kudus, giraffes and Burchell's and Hartmann's zebras in the Etosha and Hardap Nature Reserves, Namibia. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 59(4): 253-257
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1992 Journal Article430 kb pdf
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Joubert, E. 1972. Activity patterns shown by Hartmann Zebra Equus Zebra hartmannae in South West Africa with reference to climatic factors. Madoqua, 1(5): 33-52
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1972 Journal Article1.8 mb pdf
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Jourbert, E. 1972. A note on the challenge rituals of terretorial male Lechwe. Madoqua, 1(5): 63-68
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Rodwell, T.C. 1995. Caprivi Elephant Monitoring Project. Final Report (October 1992 to October 1995)
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1995 Report1.94 mb pdf
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Craig, G.C. 1996. Elesmap Project - Final Technical Report
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1996 Report7.19 mb pdf
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Jackson, J.C., Duodu, K.G., Holse, M., Lima de Faria, M.D., et al. 2010. Chapter 5 – The Morama Bean (Tylosema esculentum): A Potential Crop for Southern Africa. Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, 61: 187–246
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Lindeque, M. and Lindeque, P.M. 1991. Satellite tracking of elephants in northwestern Namibia. African Journal of Ecology, 29(3): 196–206
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1991 Journal Article
Williamson, D.T. 1991. Condition, growth and reproduction in female red lechwe (Kobus leche leche Gray 1850). African Journal of Ecology, 29(2): 105–117
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1991 Journal Article
Skinner, J.D. 2006. Bone collecting by hyaenas: a review. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, 61(1): 4-7
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Tilson, R.L. and Tilson, J.W. 1986. Population Turnover in a Monogamous Antelope (Madoqua kirki) in Namibia. Journal of Mammology, 67(3): 610-613
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1986 Journal Article341 kb pdf
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Berry, H.H. 1981. Abnormal levels of disease and predation as limiting factors for wildebeest in the Etosha National Park. Madoqua 12(4): 241-253
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1981 Journal Article1.06 mb pdf
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NNF. 2008. Background information and species management guidelines: Roan, Sable, Tsessebe
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2008 Poster1.08 mb pdf
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Giraffid - Newsletter of the IUCN SSC Giraffe and Okapi Specialist Group, Volume 7(2), December 2013
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McBride, C.J. 1984. Age and size categories of lion prey in Chobe National Park, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records, 16: 139-143
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1984 Journal Article
NACSO. 2015. Game counts in east Zambezi
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NACSO. 2014. Game counts in Bwabwata and Zambezi: Dry Season 2014
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NACSO. 2013. Game counts in southern Namibia, May 2013
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NACSO. 2009. Full moon waterhole counts in Nyae Nyae conservancy
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2009 Report1.05 mb doc
NACSO. 2009. Game counts in Bwabwata and Caprivi, dry season 2009
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2009 Report250 kb pdf
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NACSO. 2002. Game counts in north-west Namibia - June 2002
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2002 Report280 kb pdf
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NNF. 2006. Land use, wildlife, tourism and conservancies
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2006 Presentation5.8 mb ppt
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Owen-Smith, N. 2016. Information potentially gained from animal movements tracked using GPS collars. Wits University, RSA. Symposium on animal movements & satellite tracking in Namibia, November 2016
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2016Symposium on animal movements & satellite tracking in Namibia, November 2016Presentation7.65 mb pptx
Fennessy, J.T., Leggett, K.E.A. and Schneider, S. 2003. Distribution and status of the desert-dwelling giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis angolensis) in northwestern Namibia: short communication. African Zoology, 38(1): 184-188
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2003 Journal Article
Martin, R.B. 2005. Transboundary species project - background study - Elephants. The Transboundary Mammal Project of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Namibia facilitated by The Namibia Nature Foundation
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2005 Report6.02 mb pdf
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