The Final Cheetah Outreach Video

This particular post has been a long time coming – and I have to say it has been worth the wait!

I am so excited to share with you the final video from the Cheetah Outreach research project. You an expect a lot of beautiful wildlife, interesting insights, and a better understanding of what it is that I spent almost a month in South Africa doing.

Accompanying this 7 minute video is my final research paper; which is a more extended version of what the video will show. It is my hopes that you will enjoy reading and watching both and feel compelled to take action yourself for wildlife conservation.

Whether the species of concern is in your backyard or over a continent away – there are ways to get involved! For example, simply sharing the link to this post can inform and inspire others to care… Even if that is the only thing you do today – you never know what ripple effect you might cause in the world of conservation education.

So… I am going to let the video below do the rest of the talking. It has been a dream come true getting to bring what was just an idea to life – and I am looking forward to the next adventure! If you have an thoughts on the video please don’t hesitate to reach out or comment below!! As always, thank you to @jakeschaefflerphoto for your patience and help.

(PS: The Cheetah Outreach will be sharing this video and others of mine on their social media platforms as well. Follow them on Instagram at @cheetah_outreach and check out the rest of the videos on my Vimeo site.)

 

You can watch the video by clicking here.

or

Download the final video by clicking here

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