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Kay Reames runs the Carnivore Preservation Trust in Pittsboro. The trust, a 60-acre non-profit preserve with over 250 carnivores, has a budget of over $1 million. The project focuses on preservation and breeding of rare animals.
Located near Pittsboro, in Chatham County, the Carnivore Preservation Trust houses over 250 endangered species, including tigers and binturong. The trust seeks to preserve endangered animals, especially those living in rainforests.
Dr. Michael Bleyman is the founder of the Carnivore Preservation Trust, a nonprofit organization in Pittsboro devoted to the preservation of endangered animals native to Third World rainforests.
Michael Bleyman is the director of the Chatham County group the Carnivore Preservation Trust (CPT). The former UNCH Chapel Hill professor is trying to ensure the survival of endangered species affected by habitat destruction through a captive breeding program. The CPT holds several world breeding records and Bleyman has received awards for his work.