Namibia’s big cats face many challenges, from habitat loss to human-wildlife conflict and poaching. Cheetahs, in particular, are vulnerable, with declining populations due to loss of prey, habitat fragmentation, and conflict with farmers.
Leopards on the other hand also face threats, and ensuring the survival of these Namibia big cats requires a multifaceted approach that addresses both ecological and human-related issues.
In the vast expanse of this African nation, lies the remarkable organisation AfriCat Namibia. Through tireless efforts in education, research, and conservation, AfriCats play a pivotal role in the preservation of Namibia’s big cats and they contribute to the broader landscape of nature conservation.