Science & Research

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 »

Help us Name our New Scat Detecting Dogs in Training!

We’ve received two new Belgian Malinois puppies for CCF’s scat dog program. The two female pups were … Read more »

CCF Brings Forth Comprehensive Textbook on Cheetahs

After over three years’ worth of work, bringing together a network of cheetah researchers and conservationists from … Read more »

Pathways Africa 2018 coming to Namibia!

Pathways Africa is a conference and training program designed to address the myriad of issues that arise … Read more »

Amyloidosis in Captive Cheetahs – Is it in Their Genes?

Cheetahs in captivity have an unusually high prevalence of a fatal disease called systemic amyloid A (AA). … Read more »

Cheetah Textbook Publishing Soon

Dr. Laurie Marker is leading a team of co-authors in writing a comprehensive academic book on their … 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 »

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

Banner photo by Jonathan and Angela Scott CCF’s New Year’s Resolutions. Make one of your 2017 resolutions … 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 »