Science & Research

The Dung and DNA Diaries: My Time at CCF

When Dr. Caitlin O’Connell-Rodwell, a world-renowned expert on elephants and an adjunct professor with the Stanford University … Read more »

How Many Cheetahs?

How many cheetahs can you see? Cheetah cub camouflage works really well to keep these tiny guys … Read more »

Genetics Research: This is how we do it in Africa

I currently am a veterinary student in the United States at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary … Read more »

Field Search with the Scat Dog Team

We left CCF very early with our two scat detection dogs, Levi and Ole, in the back … Read more »

CCF’s Next Generation of Detection Dogs

Several months ago we received four Malinois puppies from one of our local CCF friends. Quinten, CCF’s … Read more »

Sharing Environmental Education Programmes at the NEEN Conference

Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) attended the annual Namibia Environmental Education Network (NEEN) Conference, which was hosted by … Read more »

Renew Your Commitment
Help CCF Save The Cheetah

Science is behind everything we do at Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF). Over a career spanning more than … Read more »

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 »

UNAM HWC VISIT AND LECTURE

Human Wildlife Conflict is a thorny issue worldwide where communities live adjacent to or with wildlife and … Read more »

Intern Story – My Time at Pathways Africa, Namibia

I was born in Namibia but grew up in France, Ethiopia & the United States. I am … Read more »