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Written By: admin on August 7, 2016 No Comment
Meet the EWB team: Samantha Garvin

I am here to research the decision-making process around human-wildlife interactions, looking at the policies and interviewing decision-makers to see how they see the challenges and benefits of living with wildlife.

Written By: admin on June 24, 2016 One Comment
Meet the EWB Team: Matt Davis

It’s vital to understand the implications that artificial water can have on species and ecosystems particularly in a time when human/wildlife interactions and global climate change are on the rise.

Written By: admin on March 12, 2012 One Comment
Chobe Forest Reserves Surveys Completed

A complex mosaic of forests, national parks, agricultural fields, grazing lands and human settlements interspersed with diverse natural communities poses significant challenges for conservation in the Chobe district. Within this mosaic, the FRs are important habitats for threatened and endangered wildlife species such as eland, roan, and sable.

Written By: admin on January 4, 2010 No Comment
New Year’s day in Chobe National Park

Nothing seems better than to relax by taking a casual drive through Chobe National Park… lush and full of vitality, glistening from the combination of rain’s dew and the sun’s rays peeking from building, bellowing clouds…

Written By: admin on August 10, 2009 No Comment
Drive along the Boteti

The EWB team has set out to look along the waters to see where elephants may be found… we had never seen the Boteti river flowing as it is and it seemed to bring a welcoming ambiance to its surroundings.

Written By: admin on July 17, 2009 One Comment
Night in Nogatsaa

There is nothing like sleeping in the fresh Africa air, without a tent. The smells and sounds are intoxicating!

Written By: admin on April 17, 2009 No Comment
Here comes the flood!

The river rose 2 meters in one day! We are experiencing surges of flood waters, which have been recorded as the worst since 1965,,. and we are receiving warnings that a second, higher surge is yet to come!

Written By: admin on March 7, 2009 No Comment

Thus far, this year has turned into a whirlwind of fruitful travels to ensure the project’s progress. First on the itinerary… Mike spent a few weeks in the USA. He went on a request by the San Diego Zoo

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