Life at CCF

Cheetah Census

In Namibia, one of the exciting research projects on the way is to help us estimate the … Read more »

Cheetah Checkups!

In February, the annual cheetah check-ups began, and in one week, staff and volunteers worked on 10 … Read more »

Shiraz’s mystery cubs

We sure were surprised in September when, during our daily feeding of cheetahs, Shiraz arrived with four … Read more »

Three new cubs arrive at CCF Namibia

There are now three more cheetah cubs at CCF. We have named them after the Hogwarts trio: … Read more »

Ethiopian cheetahs rescued!

For me, every day is a cheetah day, but this US Thanksgiving Day was one to remember. … Read more »

Nematode worm discovered in cheetahs

A nematode (Ollulanus tricuspis), previously recorded in cheetahs in a zoo in New Zealand, was found recently … Read more »

A tail of two cheetahs

While testing trip cameras to be used in cheetah population estimates, CCF photographed two male cheetahs visiting … Read more »

A litter for Tyger

Tyger, one of our resident working Kangal Anatolian Shepherd females, recently gave birth to a litter of … Read more »

A sad story

In July, you may remember that CCF staff responded to a call from a farmer in Omitara … Read more »

A Message from Dr Marker

Dear CCF Friends, CCF staff continue to be busy in our cheetah conservation efforts. I have traveled … Read more »