Series: IIED Wildlife and Development Series Volume: 14
By: M J Walpole, G G Karanga, N W Siati and N Leader-Williams
59 pages, Figs, tabs
This latest publication is the summary of a three-year programme in the Masai Mara National Reserve, funded by the Darwin Institute for the Survival of the Species. The programme trained Kenyans to research and monitor human-wildlife conflict in the Masai Mara ecosystem, focussing on three main areas: the factors affecting the recovery of the black rhino population, the impact of tourism, and human-elephant conflict.
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