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Braselton resident off to research cheetahs in Africa
Angela Harvey to spend two weeks in Namibia to work with the Cheetah Conservation Fund
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Angela Harvey is a graduate student at Miami University in Ohio and is traveling to Namibia, Africa, this summer. Working with The Global Field Program through Project Dragonfly, Harvey will take a class on field research where she will work with local scientists studying the cheetah population and other wildlife. - photo by David Barnes
In three summers, Angela Harvey’s passion for research and wildlife has given her the opportunity to study on three different continents. Harvey, 47, traveled to Belize in 2015, where she worked in the coral reefs of the Central American country. Last summer, she worked in the east Asian country of Mongolia and studied a Przewalski’s horse, and a Pallas’ cat.