Jealous of Conservation Biologists? Postcard from South Africa
As I reflect on recent trips to a game lodge and
A few weeks ago, I was
I enjoy site visits and field work. On each occasion I visited
On my last trip to Kumtor a few weeks ago, we observed wolves trying to catch Marco Polo sheep in the distance. To me, the scene seemed worthy of a National Geographic film shoot, although we had to continue with our work and did not see the ending of that chase.
More recently, while visiting the
So what makes a good conservation biologist? Knowing your black from white rhinos? Promoting or opposing project developments? Interpreting long lists of species with/out conservation status within a wider geographic and socioeconomic landscape to answer the “so what” question related to such developments? Or being able to distill and communicate that information to others? Or what about using some of these elements to engage others and
Are you jealous of conservation biologists too?
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