Cheetah conservation strategies in Namibia – a model for the future

This article sumarises the status of the cheetah and CCF’s conservation efforts in Namibia, and outlines strategies … Read more »

05.06.2008 • By

Cheetah survival strategies in Namibia

Marker, L.L. Cheetah Survival Strategies in Namibia. Wild Cat News (The Cougar Network). Vol. 4, Issue 1, … Read more »

04.01.2008 • By

Molecular genetic insights on cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) ecology and conservation in Namibia

The extent and geographic patterns of molecular genetic diversity of the largest remaining free-ranging cheetah population were … Read more »

Regional assessment of the status, distribution, and conservation needs of cheetahs in southern Africa

A country by country assessment of the status, distribution and conservation needs for cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in … Read more »

Assessing the use of swing gates in game fences as a potential non-lethal predator exclusion technique

Many Namibian farmers are diversifying from exclusive livestock farming to mixed farming, resulting in a sharp increase … Read more »

Perceived effectiveness of livestock guarding dogs placed on Namibian farms

Evaluations of 117 livestock-guarding dogs placed on Namibian farms between January 1994 and November 2001 were conducted … Read more »

To release or not to release

This article overviews cheetah captures on farmlands as well as considerations of whether or not a captured … Read more »

01.01.2005 • By ,

Using livestock guarding dogs as conflict resolution strategy

Our research has shown that the placement of livestock guarding dogs on Namibian farms can have a … Read more »

Human aspects of cheetah conservation: lessons learned from the Namibian farmlands

Over the past century, the world’s cheetah population has undergone severe reduction in both numbers and range. … Read more »

Factors influencing perceptions of conflict and tolerance toward cheetahs on Namibian farmlands

Namibia has the largest remaining population of free-ranging cheetahs ( Acinonyx jubatus ) in the world, 90% … Read more »