To cross or not to cross? The effects of fences around Etosha on large carnivore movement.

Fencing represents one of the most common linear infrastructures in the world and is used for a variety of reasons, including wildlife management.  In particular, fencing is widely used to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts, reducing the risk of disease transmission Read more

Right on track? How reliable are our wildlife tracking devices?

Wildlife scientists have been using tracking devices and telemetry for more than 60 years. With the rise of the GPS and satellite technologies, we can now ‘follow’, animals remotely from the comfort of our offices. And the data we Read more