Tour In Persia has supported “Iranian Cheetah Revival” project by Nazre-Tabiat Society in line with its social responsibilities.
The Iranian Cheetah is a critically endangered species whose last survivors live in Touran National Park and in order to save this species from extinction, the environmental organization kept 3 collars of it which were separated from nature as a newborn in Pardisan Park in Tehran, but their propagation project has been failed.
Since the beginning of 2020, these three peaks named Kushki, Delbar and Iran have been moved to an enclosed area in Touran National Park to breed in a semi-natural and peaceful atmosphere with the help of domestic and foreign experts.
Nazre-Tabit Association has announced its readiness to help this project through an agreement with the General Department of Environmental Protection of Semnan Province and with the support of nature supporters; it intends to do its best to save this valuable species.
In this project, Nazre-Tabit Association will provide a part of the research and reproduction facilities of Kushki, Delbar and Iran.
These facilities will be prepared with the opinion of experts and will be provided to the operators of the Iranian Cheetah reproduction project in Touran National Park which can be include cages, feeding, medicine and treatment, etc.