CCF Blog

Lady’s Pregnancy – Almost There!

At 45 days in to a dog’s pregnancy the bones of the puppies begin to calcify, meaning … Read more »

Cheetahs, Camera Traps & Communities Pt. 4

The cameras for survey area 2 in the Waterberg Conservancy have now been up nearly 30 nights … Read more »

CCF Genetics Laboratory working with University of British Columbia Student

Kristine Teichman, a PhD student from the University of British Columbia, came to CCF in February 2016 … Read more »

“Anna and the Wild Animals” visits CCF

CCF was visited by a German Film crew that is known to do a kids show called … Read more »

Cheetahs and Temperatures

The CCF education department is thrilled with our recently donated Vernier Scientific Collection Equipment. Vernier Software & … Read more »

Carnivore Tracker App. Update

The Carnivore Tracker App. Update The app. has been live now since August 2015.The map below is … Read more »

Lady’s Ultrasound – New Puppies on the Way

Today the vet team (Andrew DiSalvo, Emma Alfonso, and Liz Wood) performed an abdominal ultrasound on Lady, … Read more »

Warthogs at Camera trap

Cheetahs, Camera Traps & Communities Pt.3

The ecology team has completed the first full survey period of camera trapping for 4 weeks that … Read more »

Camera Traps

Cheetahs, Camera Traps & Communities Pt.2

The ecology team has been very busy over the last 2 weeks. We went to 40 camera … Read more »

CCF Education Department begins 2016 Outreach

The people of Namibia are uniquely blessed to be living with wildlife, however CCF works to address … Read more »