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 »


Cheetah Essay Contest – “Why Should We Save Cheetahs?”

The essays below are unedited to reflect the voice of the original author. Emily Sugg #1 Cheetah … 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 »

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 »

Camera Trap Team

Cheetahs, Camera Traps & Communities

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


Zinzi: Teetering on the Brink of Success

In 2009, Zinzi, a 10 – 12 month old female cheetah, was captured by a farmer in … Read more »

Heritage Week Talk at event

Heritage Week 2015 – Part 2

On the 26 September 2015 the 4 participating schools; Karundu Primary School, Spes Bona Primary School, Orwetoveni … Read more »


Greater Waterberg Landscape Wildlife Survey

On the 1st September 2015 the Cheetah Conservation Fund started their 3 year project to determine the … Read more »