The Botswana Predator Conservation Trust (BPCT) is one of the longest running conservation research projects in Africa, and one of a handful of its caliber worldwide. Founded as the Botswana Wild Dog Research Project in 1989, today it covers all the large carnivore species in Botswana.
The goal of the BPCT is to preserve Africa's large predators - African wild dog, cheetah, leopard, lion and spotted hyena - and their habitats, using scientific inquiry to better understand the behaviours and communication systems of these animals. We also aim to link conservation and environmental issues to decision-making in the ongoing development of rural Botswana.
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