Ranger stations are often located in remote areas within protected regions, making it difficult to provide them with water and electricity. Many stations use solar power systems and have water transported by tankers and stored in reservoirs. However, the quality of this water can be affected by its source and storage time, potentially leading to health issues such as kidney diseases caused by the presence of salts and sediments. To address this, the Iranian Cheetah Society purchased water purification devices for ranger stations in Miandasht Wildlife Refuge with support from Elite Company. These devices will help ensure that park rangers have access to clean drinking water, improving their living conditions. Improving living conditions for park rangers in cheetah habitats is a priority for the society, and it has been achieved in various ways over the years. By providing support to park rangers, the Iranian Cheetah Society is helping to protect cheetah habitats and promote conservation efforts.
Clean Water for Park Rangers: Improving Rangers’ Health in Miandasht Wildlife Refuge