The Iranian Cheetah Society runs conservation education workshops emphasizing awareness and understating of wildlife and human-wildlife coexistence. During the workshops, the Society teaches volunteer educators basic concepts about the Iranian wildlife, particularly large carnivores, their needs and importance, and their relationships to people and the environment.
The first workshop was held on May 13 and focused on an introduction to large carnivores of Iran, with 11 volunteers attended. Trained facilitators conduct the Society’s educator workshops throughout this year and are available to educators free of charge.

See also  Human-Wildlife Conflicts Workshop