The lives of cheetahs in farmland areas are very secretive. Yet these areas are becoming increasingly important for their conservation. In order to shed more light on their daily habits and movements, CCB teamed up with The Royal Veterinary College and Vetswana to catch cheetahs at marking trees in the Ghanzi District of Botswana. We managed to collar one cheetah from a coalition of two brothers and three males which formed another coalition. State of the art collars were placed on these cats to investigate movement through the farms, hunting behaviours and to discover how these cats have adapted to life on bush-encroached farms. Collaring the three cheetahs together is hopefully going to unlock new exciting information about how cheetah coalitions use collaborative hunting techniques. All this information will help us in our work to prevent human-wildlife conflict between farmers and cheetahs. We hope to put more of these collars on cheetahs with another trapping venture sometime in the coming months so stay with us!