CCF Blog

Cheetahs Behind the Scenes and in the Public Eye

Somaliland It’s been just nearly a month since I left Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland. This was … Read more »

The Dung and the DNA Diaries Part II: The Elephanthood of the traveling Dung

by Mireille Vargas genetics intern from the US My adventure to the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) started … Read more »

Miers Erindi Release

On 26 October 2018 CCF released a single male cheetah into Erindi Private Game Reserve. This cheetah, … Read more »

Cheetah and Livestock Guarding Dog Update

Cheetah update: We have been busy over the last fews months at CCF, with new orphaned and … Read more »

From Virginia to Namibia – Volunteering for CCF on Two Continents

I am a veterinary technician and I arrived at CCF Namibia this week to volunteer as a … Read more »

I Didn’t Kill your Goat

One of the many resources that CCF has developed over the years to assist farmers mitigate against … Read more »

Losing Small Battles to Win the War

CCF staff often respond to cases where cheetahs have been captured or kept in very bad conditions, … Read more »

A Day in the Life of CCF Field Staff

Cheetah Conservation Fund’s ecologist William Briers-Louw and myself have spent three quarters of this year living and … Read more »

Angola Scat Search

Levi and I joined a 3-year research project involving long-term collaborator, Dr. Ezequiel Fabiano (who obtained his … Read more »

The Dung and DNA Diaries: My Time at CCF

When Dr. Caitlin O’Connell-Rodwell, a world-renowned expert on elephants and an adjunct professor with the Stanford University … Read more »