Visitor Stories

Volunteer Story – Rachel Rowland

After coming to CCF last summer with Earth Expeditions for a graduate school class, I couldn’t help … Read more »

Be-spotted by the Cheetah

My name is Margaret Wilkie. I became besotted (or maybe be-spotted!) by the cheetah when I read … Read more »

A Volunteer’s Story: Colleen Kelly

My name is Colleen Kelly and I am from the San Francisco Bay area in California.  I … Read more »

24 hours in the Bush (Part II)

We watched the CCF truck driveway and hunkered down for the night. As the temperature quickly dropped … Read more »

24 hours in the Bush (Part 1)

Brenda Walkenhorst, Audubon Zoo, New Orleans, Louisiana Melinda Voss, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Cincinnati, Ohio We … Read more »

Update on the Erindi "Leopard Boys" Cheetah Re-wilding

Following the two-week long, post-release monitoring of the CCF’s four male captive raised cheetahs (Omdillo, Chester, Obi-Wan and Anakin aka … Read more »

A day in the bush with the livestock guarding dog and goat herd

This blog was written by CCF volunteer, Kerstin Krahwinkel, who is currently undertaking a study on the … Read more »

Update from the Leopard Pen Cheetahs at Erindi

Last Thursday, we loaded Omdillo, Anakin, Chester, and Obi Wan (aka the “Leopard pen boys”) onto a … Read more »

Volunteering as an Earthwatch volunteer

The personal blog of an Earthwatch volunteer, Susan Howard, from the USA   In March of this … Read more »

Monitoring game populations by an Earthwatch Volunteer

For those of you who have been following our blog for some time, you will have already … Read more »