Education

Working in Front Line Conservation Takes Dynamism and Flexibility

Hi Everyone! My name is Jo and I am the Volunteer and Intern Supervisor as-well-as Assistant Operations … Read more »

A Cheetah’s Favorite Spot

Cheetah Play Tree Update: Large distinct trees in the Namibian landscape that are frequented and scent-marked by … 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 »

Cheetah Conservation Fund Partners with Smithsonian Researchers on New Study Revealing Decline of Genetic Diversity in Wild Cheetahs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cheetah Conservation Fund Partners with Smithsonian Researchers on New Study Revealing Decline of Genetic … 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 »

Cheetahs and Temperatures

The CCF education department is thrilled with our recently donated Vernier Scientific Collection Equipment. Vernier Software & … Read more »

CCF Education Department begins 2016 Outreach

The people of Namibia are uniquely blessed to be living with wildlife, however CCF works to address … Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions – 2016

Dr. Marker at Endangered Wolf Center – Video Interview

During her Fall Tour Dr. Laurie Marker and Virginia Busch, the executive director of the Endangered Wolf … Read more »

Heritage Week 2015 – Part 2

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