Modgaji Conservation Projects started in 1992 with a vision and mission to conserve and rehabilitate endangered species within Southern Africa. Since then, our main focus is the breeding, rehabilitation, and release of cheetahs. Throughout the years, Modgaji has worked with world-renowned conservation bodies towards this mutual goal of preserving and growing the genetic pool of cheetah and their current population. Other conservation efforts have been aimed at releasing and caring for many other wildlife species.
ESTIMATE OF 4 190 CHEETAHS LEFT IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
according to the IUCN (https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/219/50649567#population) there are
Modgaji Conservation Projects is located in the Limpopo Province of South Africa and just a mere 30 minutes from the Kruger National Parks closest gate. The Project operates on a 4000-hectare reserve which is home to free-roaming leopard, lion, giraffe, hyena and many other plains game. Here we conduct all breeding, rehabilitation and conservation efforts.