• Wildlife photographer takeover: Donal Boyd

    Donal Boyd is an American wildlife conservationist and photographer currently based in Southern Africa. His intimate portraits of the worlds most threatened wildlife establish a sense of closeness, familiarity, and emotional connection between viewers and the subjects he depicts. Donal’s highly aesthetic imagery is accomplished through distilling the most visually punctual elements of wildlife through […]

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  • Paws4Claws photo competition

    Throughout our Paws4Claws ‘Walkies for Cheetahs’ campaign everyone has been sharing amazing photos of dogs and cats modelling our cheetah guardian bandanas whilst out and about or relaxing at home – helping to raise awareness and funding to support our livestock guarding dog programme. You can find out more about the programme here. We’re loving […]

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  • Somaliland Government Breaks Up Cub Smuggling Ring, Arrests 10 Suspects in Two Separate Cases of Cheetah Trafficking

    Working with Somaliland Police, the Somaliland Ministry of Environment and Rural Development (MoERD) recently helped secure the arrest of 10 individuals suspected in two separate incidents of wildlife trafficking. On September 23, six men were taken into police custody in Hargeisa attempting to sell three young cheetah cubs to the highest bidder. Yesterday, four persons […]

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  • ‘ Fighting to save world’s most endangered big cat’ – Independent Online

    Durban – In the last 100 years, 90% of the wild cheetah population has been lost – now there are only 7,100 left in the wild. According to Zulu legend, the “tear marks” on a cheetah originate from a female cheetah who lost her cubs to a lazy hunter. The hunter lay under the tree admiring the […]

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  • CCF UK announces new partnership with Anglo American 

    CCF UK have secured the support of Anglo American through the company’s employee volunteering programme, Ambassadors for Good (AfG).  AfG gives Anglo American employees the chance to use their skills to help their communities, backed by funding from the Anglo American Group Foundation.  Working with CCF, the AfG project team will mentor our emerging conservation […]

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  • ‘In the Horn of Africa, conflict and illegal trade create a ‘cheetah hell’’ – Mongabay

    Wild cheetahs are under intense pressure in the Horn of Africa due to human-wildlife conflicts and illegal trade, which takes about 300 cubs from the region each year, conservationists say. In Somaliland, a country ravaged by climate change-induced drought, nomadic farmers will often kill or chase away cheetahs threatening their livestock, and either keep their […]

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  • 30th Anniversary CCF

    30-Year Celebration to Benefit Cheetah Conservation Fund – PROGRAMME ANNOUNCEMENT

    On Saturday 3rd October, CCF will hold our first-ever Virtual Celebration Benefit where you will experience the work being done by CCF field conservationists who are working in Africa. We are very excited to share the free live programme with you to enjoy throughout the day, from 1PM onwards. Please register for the event, even if […]

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  • Facebook birthday fundraisers

    Do you have a birthday coming up and want to help save cheetahs as part of your celebrations? Have you seen friends and family doing ‘birthday fundraisers’ on their Facebook and wondered how you could do it too? Look no further! We have compiled a list of instructions on how you can help save cheetahs […]

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  • Remembering Cheetahs

    Remembering Cheetahs book launch – online event

    The Remembering Wildlife team have created exciting online book launch event on 15th October to celebrate the release of Remembering Cheetahs, and you can join from the comfort of your own home! This event will be introduced by Remembering Wildlife Founder Margot Raggett and, as well as a presentation of the images from the book, will include talks […]

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  • 30th Anniversary CCF

    30-Year Celebration to Benefit Cheetah Conservation Fund

    On Saturday 3rd October, CCF will hold our first-ever Virtual Celebration Benefit where you will experience the work being done by CCF field conservationists who are working in Africa. Meet Brian Badger, CCF Director of Conservation & Outreach, as he interviews via Cheetah TV the many people working at CCF with local people and wildlife to […]

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