Science & Research

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 »

Why We Care About Cheetah Scat…

Four years ago two wild male cheetahs, named Hifi and Sam, took up residence near the Cheetah … Read more »

Cheetah Play Trees

Cheetahs, like many other large mammals, communicate with one another via scent marking. In southern Africa, cheetahs … Read more »

Hifi gets a new collar!

On 14 August 2012 “Hifi”, an adult male cheetah was brought to the clinic for a new collar … Read more »

Digital Radiograph Machine Installed

Today was a big day for the Vet Clinic at CCF and the Organisation as a whole.  … Read more »

The NamibRand Lady Cheetah is Back in Touch!

I didn’t expect to hear anything further from this cheetah, or to be able to make any … Read more »

Studying Biodiversity to Protect the Cheetah

As 70% of Namibia’s game inhabits farmlands, assessment of the farmland ecosystem for long-term habitat viability for … Read more »