Mara Cheetah Project-Kenya - Supported By Banovich Wildscapes since 2013

Mara Cheetah Project-Malaika and cubs

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Amani

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Amani and Cub

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Malaika and Cubs

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Malaika and Cubs

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Kakenya

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Wonderful to see that Kakenya and her 4 cubs (not to be confused with Malaika!) are all doing well

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Oloololo boys

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Oloololo boys seemingly unfazed by the large herd of cattle wandering by-April 8, 2015

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Narasha

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Despite her old age (> 11 years), Narasha is still looking great!-April 10, 2015

Mara Cheetah Project-Cheetah Collars arrive-Spring 2015

Wildscapes-Mara Cheetah Project-Cheetah Collars arrive-Spring 2015

October 2015
We are excited to announce that John's daughters, Siana and Mara have their name on a cheetah collar! This is very exciting as this is the first time there have ever been GPS tracking collars placed on cheetah in the Masai Mara reserve. We are so excited that Siana and Mara can begin to have a connection to the place where their names have originated. And on their favorite animal no less. - Exciting day!