CCF Blog

A Cheetah’s Favorite Spot

Cheetah Play Tree Update: Large distinct trees in the Namibian landscape that are frequented and scent-marked by … Read more »

New CCF Chapters in Georgia and Indiana

CCF has two new chapters working in the Lakes region and the Southeast region of the United … Read more »

Illegal Cheetah Trade at CITES CoP17 in Johannesburg

CITES, the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species, just hosted its most important triennial event, the … Read more »

Livestock Guarding Dogs Protect Cheetahs and Wolves Too!

Cheetahs in Africa and wolves in North America have a lot in common. They are both top … Read more »

Q&A_Blog

CCF Staff Q&A – Emma Alfonso

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Emma Alfonso, is CCF’s research veterinarian, working under CCF’s registered Veterinarian, Dr. Simone … Read more »

Soil

Bushbloking, Saving the Savannah?

Comparative Soil Analysis Due to the grass depletion from overgrazing, many areas of the natural Namibian savannah … Read more »

Sad News – Zinzi and Samantha

Everyone at CCF is sad to announce that two cheetahs who were so dear to us have … Read more »

Genetics

The Decline of Wild Cheetah Genetic Diversity and a Surprise from Successful Sires

I have worked in collaborated with leading geneticist, Dr. Stephen O’Brien, and collaborators from the Smithsonian Institute … Read more »

CCF Interns – Saving the Cheetahs in VA

Arianna From the Thursday group lunches to filling out questionnaires for fundraising, my internship experience has be … Read more »

CCF Spring Tour 2016

My Spring Tour 2016 began in March when I went to Australia for my first Australia tour. … Read more »