CCF Kenya Bibliography and Recommended Reading
Some Useful Articles to Read:
- Fading Spots: A Mother's Story, by Mary Wykstra. Sage Magazine, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Vol. VI. 4 April 2012.
- SWARA EAST AFRICAN WILD LIFE SOCIETY Volume 25:2 May-August 2002 "Outside Chance" pg 36-37
- TRAVEL NEWS AND LIFESTYLE EAST AFRICA May 2004, Issue:120 "Where Have all the Cheetahs Gone?"
- THE EAST AFRICAN ONLINE May 28, 2007 "Cheetah on the Fast Track to Extinction"
Additional references on cheetah research include:
- Burney, D.A. & Burney, L. (1979): "Cheetah and Man." SWARA: 2, 24-29.
- Caro, T.M. (2000): "Controversy over behavior and genetics in cheetah conservation." Conservation Biology Series: Behavior and Conservation.
- Caro, T.M. (1994): Cheetahs of the Serengeti Plains: Group Living in an Asocial Species. Chicago, London: University of Chicago Press
- Caro, T.M., Laurenson, M.K. (1994): "Ecological and genetic factors in conservation: a cautionary tale." Science. 263: 485-486.
- Durant, S.M. (2000): " Living with the enemy: Avoidance of hyenas and lions by cheetahs in the Serengeti." Behavioral Ecology 11(6): 624-632
- Durant, S.M. (1998): "Competition refuges and coexistence: An example from Serengeti carnivores." Journal of Animal Ecology. 67(3): 370-386.
- Eaton, R.L. (1974): The Cheetah: Biology, Ecology and Behavior of an Endangered Species. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York. pp. 178.
- Foster, J. & Kearney, D. (1967). "Nairobi National Park game census." 1966. E. Afr. Wildl. J. 5. 112-120.
- Frame,G & L, (1981): Swift and Enduring, Cheetahs and Wild Dogs of the Serengeti. Elsevier-Dutton Publishing Co., Inc, New York.
- Graham A. (1966): East African Wild Life Society Cheetah Survey: Extracts from the report by Wildlife Services. E. Afr. Wildl. J.4. 50-55
- Graham, A.D. and Parker, I.S.C. (1965). "East African Wild Life Society cheetah survey": report by Wildlife Services, Nairobi, Kenya (unpublished).
- Gros, P.M. (1998). "Status of the cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus, in Kenya: a field interview assessment." Biological Conservation. 85(1-2): 137-149
- Hamilton, P.H. (1986): "Status of the cheetah in Kenya, with reference to sub-Saharan Africa." in Cats of the World; Biology, Conservation, and Management, ed. S. Douglas Miller & D.D. Everett. National Wildlife Federation, Washington D.C., pp. 65-76.
- Kingdon, J. (1977): East African Mammals: An Atlas of Evolution in Africa. Academic Press, London.
- Laurenson, M.K., Caro, T.M., Borner, M. (1992): "Female cheetah reproduction." National Geographic Research & Exploration. 8(1): 64-75.
- Laurenson, M.K. (1995): "Implications of high offspring mortality for cheetah population dynamics," in Serengeti II: Research, Conservation and Management of an Ecosystem, ed. A.R.E. Sinclair and P. Arcese. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
- McLaughlin, R.T. (1970): "Aspects of the biology of the cheetah Acinonyx jubatus," Schreber in Nairobi National Park. M.Sc., University of Nairobi.
- Morsbach, D. (1987): "Cheetah in Namibia". Cat News, No. 6.
Myers, N. (1975a). "The cheetah's relationships to the spotted hyena: Some implications for a threatened species," Proceedings of the 1975 Predator Symposium, ed. Phillilps, R.L., Jonkel, C. University of Montana, Missoula.
- Myers, N. (1975). "The Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus in Africa," IUCN Monograph No 4, IUCN, Morges, Switzerland, p. 91.
- O'Brien, S.J., Roelke, M.E., Marker, L., et al. (1985): "Genetic basis for species vulnerability in the cheetah, " Science. 227: 1428-1434
- O'Brien, S.J., Wildt, D.E., Bush, M. (1986): "The cheetah in genetic peril," Scientific American. May 1986
- Steward, D.R.M. & Stewart, J. (1963): "The distribution of some large mammals in Kenya," J. East Afr. Nat. Hist. Soc. & Cor. Mus. 24, pp. 1-52.