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Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada

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Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada purpose is to support partnerships that help achieve the aim of protection and long-term survival of the wild cheetah and its ecosystems, through an integrated program of community engagement, research, education,...

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Cheetah Conservation Fund Canada purpose is to support partnerships that help achieve the aim of protection and long-term survival of the wild cheetah and its ecosystems, through an integrated program of community engagement, research, education, and reintroduction of cheetah into natural habitat, as well as providing care and shelter for cheetahs which have become orphaned or injured, and unable to survive in the wild. We have a collaboration agreement with Cheetah Conservation Fund located in Namibia, Africa.

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  • Learn about the cheetah race to survival

    http://cheetahconservationfund.ca/ottawa/ Don’t miss this unique event in Ottawa to learn about the cheetah’s race for survival, and how Laurie has engaged local communities by providing education and tools to improve their livelihood. In addition to Dr. Marker’s... Read more »

  • Don't miss this unique opportunity

      Don't miss this unique event in Ottawa to learn about the cheetah's race for survival, and how Laurie has engaged local communities by providing education and tools to improve their livelihood.      Buy your ticket now.       Read more »

  • Ecosystems are complex networks of plants, animals, and organisms in a given area, and include factors like weather and climate.  Each ecosystem is a community with every element playing a vital role. Apex predators (animals at the top of the food chain) such as cheetahs, have a critical... Read more »

  • Help us make a difference!

    Our Board members/staff  are volunteers and we have all made a commitment to maximize the transfer of all donations from Canadians to Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia. We minimize our administrative costs and ensure that our events are fully covered by either sponsorships and/or... Read more »

  • Share the word

    Why Dec. 4th? It is the birthday of Khayam, a cheetah Dr. Laurie Marker raised from a cub at Wildlife Safari, in Oregon. Khayam was trained for the first research project in re-wilding and inspired her first trip to Namibia in 1977. Dr. Marker took Khayam to Africa to see if she could be... Read more »

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