Habitat

Earth Day 2014: A Partnership is Born to Battle Climate Change at Polar Opposite Regions

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Forgotten Red-Listers Blog #1: The Secretarybird

One of the most popular sightings to be had at CCF, is that of a Secretarybird.  They’re … Read more »

Learning More About Harvesting Bush

On 12 – 16 November 2013, CCF hosted a visiting researcher Dr. Arvo Leinonen, Chief Research Scientist … Read more »

Upcoming Blog Series

Caracal Last year I wrote a series of blogs (the A-Z of camera trap photos) about some … Read more »

A Garden for Cheetahs

In early February, the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) began building a diverse organic vegetable garden at its … Read more »

Counting on the "Little Serengetti"

The Cheetah Conservation Fund owns a vast area of land of about 46,000 ha, which is a … Read more »

Chipping Away at Bush Encroachment

Namibia is known to support the world’s largest free-ranging cheetah population.  The matrix farmland supports diverse land … Read more »

Alien Invasive Species Removal for Improved Ecosystems

The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) is known for helping to rescue and protect cheetahs. Yet, this is … Read more »

CCF’s Ecology Team reporting…

Well the New Year has kicked off and things are busy as always in the Ecology department. … Read more »

CCF’s Ecology Team Reports.

Earthwatch volunteer checking a camera trap (archive photo) Our Ecology team has had a pretty busy past … Read more »