by Babette De Jonge

Now for sale the brandnew book in the “Wild Cats” series by Babette de Jonge. 152 full colour pages with brilliant photography and info/facts about the fastest land animal. The book is in memory of female cheetah Honey and her three boys, “Honey’s Boys” headcharacters in BBC’s Big Cat Diary. if you love the cheetah, you have to order this book. Go to or if you have problems ordering there, please contact us.

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by Babette De Jonge

Order now, the new book in the “Wild Cats” Series: “Precious Nina. Never Forgotten: Young Caracal Nina, Her Life, Her Death”.

Only if you know the whole story you can understand! 110 pages in full colour, with lots of photos, and also info on the caracal, apart from the whole, true story about Nina. If you can’t order through Blurb, please contact us.

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by Shekhar Kolipaka

Book “Caracals in India” by Shekhar Kolipaka and all photos of wild caracals in India by: Babette de Jonge (also coverphotos)/Wild Cats World and Anton Buijen van Weelden. Price Europe: 19 euro, Outside Europe: 25 euro (incl. postage), which will be invested in new WCW projects benefiting caracals and other wild cats species. Please contact us to order and exchange further details. Through this book you will get first hand info of the caracal and its behaviour. Foreword by Peter Jackson, IUCN Cat Specialist Group/Chairman Emeritus.


by Babette De JongeThe first book in the “Wild Cats Books” series, starting with (of course!) the leopards. It is a coffee table book with lots of (educational) info, nice memories of author, and lots of great Wild Cats Photography, of wild leopards and the WCW ambassador leopards.

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Javan Leopard release program

The Javan leopard is an endemic species to Java and at present classified as critical endangered species on IUCN Red List. Categorized under Appendix I CITES.

The Population estimates are not certain, but certainly less than 250 mature individuals, possibly even less than 100 (IUCN Red List).

That the Javan Leopard is endangered is a result of pet trade, hunting, habitat loss and fragmentation but also a decline of prey makes that the Javan leopards enter villages to find food, which causes leopard-human conflict.

While research has shown the important role of leopards in the ecosystem and biodiversity in the rainforest and their role as top predators, the public in Java is not educated in this. Their lack of knowledge means they perceive the Javan Leopard as a threat and a risk to their wellbeing.

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