Camera Traps

Go Green Project Second Anniversary

In the fall of 2015, CCF launched a three-year research project to determine the distribution, density and … Read more »

Citizen Scientists Needed!

I recently completed a volunteering visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund campus in Namibia, where I spent … 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 »

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 »

Cataloging Camera Trap Data

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 »

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 »

Cheetahs, Camera Traps & Communities

Camera trapping has begun at 40 sites in the Waterberg Conservancy using funds from the Go Green … Read more »

Introducing Carnivore Tracker – An LCMAN Citizen Science App

Carnivore Tracker Spot it, Report it. The Cheetah Conservation Fund in association with the Large Carnivore Management … Read more »