Science & Research

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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 »

Resident cheetahs relaxing in Namibia.

CCF Research Technician to speak at Chehaw Wild Animal Park

We are proud to announce that CCF Research Technician Eli Walker will be speaking at Chehaw Wild … Read more »

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Dr. Laurie Marker on KGO 810 podcast with Pat Thurston

Please listen to the Dr. Laurie Marker segment from a Pat Thurston Podcast originally aired on April … Read more »

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First AI Dog Litter Born at CCF

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Otjiwarongo, Namibia 12 August 2010) – The first litter of Anatolian Shepherd Livestock Guarding … Read more »

Digging Holes

Last week Lucia, Fabiano, Mark, Matti, Selma and Natalie went out in the field with a vehicle … Read more »

The Scat Walk

Every morning you will find Lucia and I walking around the two cheetah pens Elands and Hogwarts … Read more »

How can honeybees help save cheetahs?

Native African honeybees Cheetah Conservation Fund realizes that if we want to save cheetahs, we have to … Read more »

Stress and AA amyloidosis in captive cheetahs – PhD research

For me, coming to CCF was not only about fulfilling a long time dream of working with … Read more »

Play Tree & Scat Dog Visit to Rolf Ritter’s Farm

One of the projects we are currently undertaking is to investigate which physical and environmental characteristics influence … Read more »

"I" is for Impala

CCF has carried out a number of camera trapping surveys, and also maintains a network of cameras … Read more »