Cherie  Schroff

Cherie Schroff

Feb 24, 2022

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    About This Project

    In the Tsavo Ecosystem there is a corridor that is vital for the dispersal and long-term survival of cheetahs, with potential to connect the populations across the Tsavo East and West National Parks. We will assess landscape use and dispersal routes of cheetahs and identify threats to their dispersal corridor, via camera trap data on three key, connecting livestock ranches. Results will facilitate land management decisions and community-driven initiatives.

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