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 Reminder - Auction for this exclusively signed and breathtaking cheetah photograph will finish on Tuesday 4th December!

As this is a highly collectible item, we need to set a reserve of £1,000. Unfortunately, if this reserve is not met by 10pm on Monday evening, we will have to cancel the listing.

Dear <<First Name>>

Cheetah Conservation Fund UK (CCF UK) is delighted to host the global auction - which goes live today - of this stunning portrait of a cheetah generously donated by the photographer, Ian Rice.

What makes this printed photograph incredibly special
for any wildlife photographer or conservation lover is that it has been on a world tour and signed by an extraordinary collection of some of the world’s foremost wildlife photographers and filmmakers, conservationists and even senior members of the British royal family. 

Ian donated the photograph to CCF UK in order to raise funds and awareness of the plight of the cheetah, Africa’s most endangered Big Cat. Since the 1900s, cheetah numbers have fallen by 90%, and there are now fewer than 7,100 individuals remaining in the wild. 

This near life-size portrait (36”x42”) of a cheetah was taken with a Nikon D750 (Nikorr 200-500mm F5.6) at Bristol Zoo’s The Wild Place Project. It depicts 7 year-old male cheetah named Brooke and captures the moment he walked towards Ian through the snow and into a ray of sunlight on a cold morning in December 2017. 

The auction of this stunning portrait of a cheetah goes live today, 27th November 2018 at 8pm GMT (3pm EST) and ends on International Cheetah Day, 4th December 2018, 8pm GMT (3pm EST)

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‘Brooke’ has been signed by CCF’s International Royal Patron HRH Princess Michael of Kent; active conservationist HRH Prince Michael of Kent; CCF UK Patrons, individual winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award and presenters of the BBC’s Big Cat Diaries, Jonathan and Angela Scott; National Geographic photographer, winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award and Lifetime Achievement Award, Frans Lanting; wildlife filmmaker and television presenter Gordon Buchanan; National Geographic writer, filmmaker and Peabody Award winner Christine Eckstrom; conservationist and founder of the Cheetah Conservation Fund Dr Laurie Marker; wildlife filmmaker, and winner of eight Emmy and five BAFTA Awards, Doug Allan; Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers Art Wolfe; National Geographic photographer and winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award, Brent Stirton; and, of course, the brilliant photographer Ian Rice.

You can bid on this spectacular photograph today, 27th November 2018 from 
8pm GMT (3pm EST) until the auction ends on International Cheetah Day, 4th December 2018, 8pm GMT (3pm EST)All proceeds will go to the Cheetah Conservation Fund’s conservation programmes, ensuring a future where the cheetah not only survives, but thrives. 
Ian donated the photograph to CCF UK in order to raise funds and awareness of the plight of the cheetah, Africa’s most endangered Big Cat. Watch this video to understand how the funds raised through the auction will help to make a difference.
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Watch this video to find out more about Cheetah Conservation Fund UK and how your support can help us save the cheetah.
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