There are young people in every part of Canada who have a huge passion for the cheetah and who have come up with some super ways to share their knowledge about the cheetah and its threats with friends, family and schoolmates.

Learning about Cheetahs – Right Here in Canada

 

Although cheetahs are not indigenous to Canada, you can see cheetahs up-close in several wildlife conservation venues. Two accredited facilities in Canada – Toronto Zoo and Parc Safari in Hemmingford, Quebec – provide professionally-led and safe viewing of the cheetah.  They are also working collaboratively with us to educate the public about cheetahs and the threats facing them.

Helping Cheetahs

 

Kids have created some great ways of helping the cheetah, by spreading the word about them and by raising funds that go directly to help the cheetahs at CCF Namibia.

See our Educational Resources Section below for additional background materials, website links, and visuals for all levels.

Schools

ids as young as six years old are sharing their knowledge with their friends and classmates in organized events in schools. Of course, we also have young people well into their teens who are just as committed.

Here are just a few examples of our young cheetah enthusiasts focusing on cheetahs in their schools, in science, environmental studies and global sustainable development.

Educational Resources

 

Check out our Top Cheetah Facts and our great resources below:

Teacher’s Guide including lessons and supportive materials: A Predator’s Role in the Ecosystem –

Cheetah Conservation Fund

ARKive