To be the internationally recognized centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems. CCF will work with all stakeholders to develop best practices in research, education, and land use to benefit all species, including people.
What Will it Take to Save the Cheetah?
The world’s fastest land animal, the cheetah, can reach speeds of 70 mph. The most specialized member of the cat family, the cheetah also is the most endangered cat in Africa. Join Dr. Laurie Marker on a video journey through the history of the Cheetah Conservation Fund and the plight of the cheetah. Witness a fabulous cheetah release, learn about the Livestock Guarding Programme or about tracking cheetahs in the wild, and hear Laurie as she shares her thoughts and hopes about the cheetah’s future.
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- “Love your Predators: A Valentine’s Date with Big Cats”: Cheetah Conservation Fund Hosts World-famous Photographers and Authors in Windhoek (Press Release)
- Dr. Marker’s Notes from the Field – December 2011.
- The Cheetah Conservation Fund Declares 4 December as International Cheetah Day (Press Release)
- Reducing Predator Conflict During Calving Season (Press Release)
- Namibia’s Rewilding Efforts Give Hope to Orphaned Cheetahs, Millie Kerr, The Atlantic, 7 Oct. 2011.
- CCF Statement on Reintroduction of Cheetahs in India (Statement)
- Dr. Laurie Marker comments on illegal cheetah pet trade (Statement)
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