Science & Research

Cheetah Populations Continue to Decline Across Africa

CCF researchers co-authored a report on the decline of the wild cheetah that has created awareness around … Read more »

2017 New Year’s Resolutions

CCF’s New Year’s Resolutions. Make one of your 2017 resolutions to follow the cheetahs. Read our blog … Read more »

A New Liquid Nitrogen Tank for CCF!

Thanks to Air Liquide! One part of CCF’s multifaceted research on cheetahs is our biomedical research. CCF … Read more »

CCF Genetics Laboratory working with University of British Columbia Student

Kristine Teichman, a PhD student from the University of British Columbia, came to CCF in February 2016 … Read more »

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 »

The Cheetah Conservation Fund Farmer Carnivore Help Hotline

The Farmer Carnivore Help Hotline number is for farmers across Namibia to be able to contact The … Read more »

Introducing Carnivore Tracker – An LCMAN Citizen Science App

Carnivore Tracker Spot it, Report it. The Cheetah Conservation Fund in association with the Large Carnivore Management … Read more »

Oxalate nephrosis in captive cheetah National Zoological Gardens – Cheetah Conservation Fund

As part of the National Research Foundation’s two-year bilateral agreement funding platform, the National Zoological Gardens of … Read more »

Windhoek Ophthalmologist Helps Save Young Cheetah’s Eye

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. Laurie Marker, cheetah@iway.na or (+264) (0)67 306225 or (+264) (0)811247887 Windhoek Ophthalmologist … Read more »

Jacomina and cubs released in Erindi

The mission of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) in its simplest form is to secure the long-term … Read more »