What We Learned From the Dirt Beneath Feet, Hooves, and Paws on the Savanna

Widespread rangeland degradation in Namibia has changed the landscape dramatically. Decades of farming has altered the soil … Read more »

CCF Research Centre Is Open to Everyone

Since 1990, CCF has envisioned to be an internationally recognized centre of excellence in research and education … Read more »

Biomass Technology Demonstration Centre

The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) has completed initial construction of a new facility at its main campus, … Read more »

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 »