Conservation

The Plight of the Cheetah: Infographic

We’re always looking for new ways to educate people about the plight of the cheetah in the … Read more »

Namibia Protected Landscape Conservation Areas Initiative

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is one of the steering committee members of the Greater Waterberg Complex (GWC) … Read more »

Clearing bush to help cheetahs, people and the environment!

CCF’s activities are not just limited to cheetahs and their research and reintroduction, but also include environmental … Read more »

New dart gun donated!

Recently CCF was very fortunate to have a brand new, top of the line Dan Inject dart … Read more »

Update from the Ecology Department

Now that the dry season is nearly upon us, it has become much easier for us to … Read more »

Final Count: >4500 Animals; 27 Species!

We have just completed all our annual game counts for 2011! During the strip and waterhole counts … Read more »

Ecology Team reporting: CCF’s Annual 12-hour Waterhole Count

Last Saturday, 30 July, marked the 17th Annual Waterberg Conservancy Waterhole Count. This conservancy-wide count provides population … Read more »

International conservationists’ intensive training at CCF.

For the past three weeks, CCF has been hosting the 6th International Cheetah Conservation Biology Training Course. … Read more »

More farmers learn about co-existing with cheetah and other predators.

CCF was recently invited to give a talk to the Duineveld Farmers’ Association meeting in western Namibia … Read more »

Why are predators important?

Predators are an important part of a healthy ecosystem. Predators cull vulnerable prey, such as the old, … Read more »