Camera Traps

C is for Caracal

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

B is for brown hyena

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »

A is for Aardvark

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys throughout the years, and also maintains a … Read more »

Vulture Close Up?

CCF has been using motion sensitive camera traps to record wildlife movements for many years. With the … Read more »

Exciting sighting! Wildmum and cubs caught on camera.

Suzie, a year-long student from Cardiff, came across some exciting newphotos of the cat we call Wildmum … Read more »

New Camera Trap Images from the CCF Ecology Team.

Well, spring is definitely in the air here at CCF. All the trees are starting to sprout … Read more »

NamibRand Cheetahs caught on camera!

A visitor to NamibRand sent us these beautiful pictures of the five boys ona kill site of … Read more »

Matt Sollberg discusses his camera-trap study

Two weeks in and all18 stations are clear and operating. Clearing the vegetation is very labor intensive. … Read more »

Predators on camera

Hair snares and trip cameras give data on Cheetahs, Leopards, Hyaenas. CCF has “shot” several cheetahs using … Read more »