Conserving the world’s fastest cat

Full article at NACSO Founded in Namibia in 1990, Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) and member … Read more »

CCF’s Disappearing Spots Fall Tour

2018 Fall Tour Dates Oregon Portland September 30 Big Cat. Big Party. World Forestry Center … Read more »

2017 CCF Progress Report

  Download full Visual Annual Report If you are interested in reading the info in … Read more »

CCF books Cheetahs – Biology and Conservation Biodiversity of the World, Chewbaaka and
A Future for Cheetahs available now!


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

CCF’s books are high-quality, beautiful and informative. CCF’s Founder and Executive Director, Dr. Laurie Marker teamed-up with fellow conservationists, scientists, photographers, and illustrators to create the publications at the book page linked below. These professionally bound books make great gifts and significant portion of the purchase prices goes to support Cheetah Conservation Fund!

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Most of the photography on our site has been kindly donated to CCF by photographers like Suzi Eszterhas.

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Field Search with the Scat Dog Team

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

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Cheetah Facts

The cheetah’s slender, long-legged body is built for speed. Cheetahs are tan in color with black spots all over their bodies.
70mph (113km/hr) Top speed of cheetahs
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Did You Know?

When cheetahs are running, they use their tails to help them steer and turn in the direction they want to go, like the rudder of a boat.