In 2018, I met Ravi, through Facebook, who was running some projects at Ol Pejeta Conservancy. So, later that year, I signed up for a project with him to join in August 2019. However, with COVID-19, etc, I had to postpone that and made it in January 2022.
Ravi is the founder of the serendipity wildlife foundation, which assists in wildlife forensics and investigations. In addition, providing and coordinating volunteers to assist with wildlife projects. At the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, the Cheetah Project began on February 1st, 2021, with early scouting and trap camera placement. And they continued doing that with several other teams.
Should I read my journal out loud for you all?
During the Cheetah Project, we all did a lot of work, including collecting data, and also had many adventurous game drives to Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Since it was a program of nearly 15 days in the bush, there is much to discuss, write, and share through pictures. It’s not just about going on game drives but helping the team at Ol Pjeta with their conservation efforts.
So here I will write down my experience in Ol Pejeta Conservancy with the Cheetah Project; you may visit my IG to see the wildlife images I’ve taken in Kenya.
Thank you 🙂
Featured Image courtesy: Serendipity Wildlife Foundation