CCF Blog

CCF Interns – Saving the Cheetahs in VA

Arianna From the Thursday group lunches to filling out questionnaires for fundraising, my internship experience has be … Read more »

CCF Spring Tour 2016

My Spring Tour 2016 began in March when I went to Australia for my first Australia tour. … Read more »

Cheetah Transfer: The Scientists

Back in September of 2014, CCFs coalition of male cheetahs nicknamed ‘the Scientists’ made the move to … Read more »

Success For Shandy – Second Generation Wild

In 2014, CCF released Jacomina, an adult female, in Erindi Private Game Reserve where she gave birth … Read more »

What You Should Know About Planning a CCF Fundraiser

Have you ever wondered if you could make a difference in cheetah conservation? I have some good … Read more »

Cheetahs, Camera Traps, & Communities Pt. 5

Community workshops On the 1st and 2nd March 2016 we held four consultative meetings with the communal … Read more »

Zinzi Update – Cub Sighting and Eye Injury

Unfortunately for us, Zinzi’s collar failed in April and we lost track of her and her cubs … Read more »

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 »