Cheetah Diplomacy – a requirement for conservation to succeed

by Meredith Hanel, guest writer (based on presentation delivered by Dr. Laurie Marker, April 17, 2019, Ottawa) “Saving the cheetah isn’t just about saying, aren’t you pretty and you should live, it’s making a world for the cheetah”, said Dr. Laurie Marker, Founder and Executive Director of the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF), as she concluded her

Cheetah Diplomacy: the race to save the world’s fastest cat.

For non-member of the Rideau Club, you need to indicate that you would like to attend event for Dr. Laurie Marker on April 17th sponsored by Rideau Club member Robert Peck. SOLD OUT [email protected]

Opportunity to join Dr. Laurie Marker for Dinner

This event will take place at a restaurant in Ottawa.  Once we know the number of people interested we will confirm the venue.  It is meant to be an informal gathering allowing people to talk to Laurie and converse over dinner.  Laurie will provide some updates of the activities taking place to save the cheetah.

Cheetah Champions Come in All Sizes!

This past fall, 25 very young pupils at Penhorn Preschool, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, decided that they could help save the cheetah in the wild. When they learned from two of their classmates, Ben and Charlotte Gal, that the cheetah is endangered, they quickly got to work to raise money to help Cheetah Conservation Fund in its mission

Discover Namibia

To reserve your place, please e-mail [email protected] See poster below for details.

World Wildlife Day with Cheetahs: A Reporter’s Day in Toronto

By Diana Lo, Guest writer There’s no better way to spend World Wildlife Day than at an intimate gathering at Studio Connect, Etobicoke, to learn about one of the most charismatic big cats in the world – the cheetah. The world celebrates World Wildlife Day on March 3rd and this year the theme was “Big

Big Cats are Celebrated on World Wildlife Day, March 3rd, 2018

Join us on March 3rd from 2pm to 4pm – Etobicoke: Free admission – reserve your seat. UN World Wildlife Day 2018 will focus on big cats as these apex predators are under threat and there is still time to make a difference. In honour of WWD, Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada will host an event

Pathways Africa Conference 2018 in Namibia: ‘’Living With Wildlife’’

An important conference will take place in Windhoek, Namibia between January 8 – 11 next year: the 2018 Pathways Africa Conference and Training (Namibia). Co-hosted by Colorado State University and Cheetah Conservation Fund, in partnership with the Large Carnivore Management Association of Namibia and the Namibian Nature Foundation, the conference will bring an estimated 250

Dr. Marker: Coming Back to Canada, October 2017

Mark your calendar!  Dr. Laurie Marker will return to Canada on October 26th The Race to Save the Cheetah: Solutions come from Community Conservation We are pleased to announce that Dr. Laurie Marker, founder and executive director of Cheetah Conservation Fund, will be coming back to Canada this fall – this time, visiting Ottawa on

International Cheetah Day is Just Around the Corner

Mark your calendar! December 4th is the International Cheetah Day. This year, we’ll be celebrating for the fifth year and we expect even more of a sensation. Last year, CCF’s international partners all came together (USA, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, Australia and Namibia) and linked up with a wide range of cheetah-focused NGOs for a

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