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David Macdonald thanks Cecil’s supporters around the world

July 29, 2015

Jimmy Kimmel implored his millions of listeners in the USA to make donations to support our work on lions, and conservation more widely. We are so grateful for this and for the up-welling of support for our work worldwide. People are telling us that they are copying our appeal to all their mailing lists and ... Read full story


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WildCRU postgraduate diploma alumna awarded SCCS-Cambridge intern prize

July 13, 2015

Malenoh Ndimbe, a Cameroonian alumnus of the Recanati-Kaplan Postgraduate Diploma in International Wildlife Conservation Practice, recently returned to WildCRU as a sponsored intern to attend the annual Cambridge Student Conference on Conservation Science. Her presentation and research report secured the prize given to the top three interns. During her internship and under the ... Read full story


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Mara Lion Project releases second quarter 2015 report

July 9, 2015

The latest update from the Mara Lion Project is now available. Download it in PDF format here. The Mara Lion Project by the Kenya Wildlife Trust seeks to sustainably conserve lions throughout the Greater Mara Ecosystem, and is led by WildCRU's Dr Nic Elliot.


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Bones of Contention: lion bone trade report released

July 14, 2015

South Africa, 16th July 2015—A new study finds there is little evidence that the Lion bone trade in South Africa is currently adversely impacting wild Lion populations there, but warns the situation needs to be closely monitored and that too little is known about the situation elsewhere in Africa. The findings, by researchers from Oxford University’s ... Read full story


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WildCRU Otter article covers Journal of Zoology July issue

July 13, 2015

The cover of this month’s issue of Journal of Zoology (July 2015) displays a photo of a young giant otter. And the first article featured is one entitled 'Effects of territory size on the reproductive success and social system of the giant otter, south-eastern Peru' (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jzo.12231/abstract). We are proud to announce this publication, whose co-authors ... Read full story


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The Guardian interviews WilCRU researcher about dhole conservation

July 1, 2015

WildCRU researcher, Dr. Jan Kamler, was interviewed by The Guardian for an article about dhole conservation. Jan has been working on conservation projects for dholes in several countries in Asia during the past 6 years, including Bhutan, Laos, and Cambodia. His current project in Cambodia aims to determine the minimum land and prey requirements for ... Read full story



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