CCF Blog

Educating Our Future Generations About Human/Wildlife Conflict Using Kill ID

We had remarkable moments of sharing, educating and exchanging human-wildlife conflict (HWC) experiences with 35, fifth grade … Read more »

Women in Science at CCF

February 11th is International Women and Girls in Science Day, so we decided to feature the women … Read more »

Education Update – February 2017

From Little Date Seeds, Great Things Are Born – Namibian Proverb CCF hosts one of the largest … Read more »

Intern Story – My time at CCF

I arrived at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) on the 1st of December 2016. CCF is a … Read more »

Kids for Cheetahs Stories – February 2017

Arianna is from Utah and she loves cheetahs. She has been researching about cheetahs since she was … Read more »

What is a studbook and why is it important for conservation?

Conservation is an interdisciplinary effort combining subjects that are widely divergent – from genetics for assessing diversity … Read more »

Intern Story – Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) Field Attachment Journey

I have always dreamed of being described as someone who made changes, but I have realised that … Read more »

Cheetah Cub Relocation

On December 31st, 2016 the Cheetah Conservation Fund moved 8 growing cheetah cubs into a new and … Read more »

Working in Front Line Conservation Takes Dynamism and Flexibility

Hi Everyone! My name is Jo and I am the Volunteer and Intern Supervisor as-well-as Assistant Operations … Read more »

Workation at CCF

Want to know what it’s like to spend your time helping CCF as a Working Guest? I’ve … Read more »