Conservation

Growing 400 Moringa Trees at CCF

I’m carrying out a research project titled “Investigating the impacts associated with bush harvesting towards soil properties”, … Read more »

Who killed my goat? CCF Kill ID

CCF has found that farmers can’t always identify the marks that a predator leaves behind when livestock … Read more »

CCF Research Centre Is Open to Everyone

Since 1990, CCF has envisioned to be an internationally recognized centre of excellence in research and education … 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 »

Frontline Conservation Presentations by CCF’s Brian Badger

CCF’s Director of Conservation & Outreach, Brian Badger is currently available for lectures and events in the … Read more »

Cheetah Cub Update

Our orphaned cheetah cubs here at Cheetah Conservation Fund are growing in leaps and bounds. In late … Read more »

The Ambassadors meet the Ambassador

On a sunny Sunday morning, CCF’s Educational Cheetah Ambassadors had the opportunity to meet the US Ambassador … Read more »

Genetics

The Decline of Wild Cheetah Genetic Diversity and a Surprise from Successful Sires

I have worked in collaborated with leading geneticist, Dr. Stephen O’Brien, and collaborators from the Smithsonian Institute … 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 »