ZSL Cameroon’s newest bulletin from July to September, 2014, highlights some visits from ZSL-HQ staff, including Dr. Raj Amin, SMART monitoring and reporting tool expert who assisted in the development of SMART for use in the Dja Biosphere Reserve, and Dr. Nicholas Hill from ZSL’s marine and freshwater team who assisted in project development around Lake Ossa Wildlife Reserve. The bulletin also highlights initiatives in rural communication around the Dja Biosphere Reserve with local radio stations, the development of a toolkit for wildlife management in production forests, an assessment of barriers to sustainable palm oil practices adoption, and the practical implementation of ZSL’s Adaptive Recce Transect Sampling (ARTS) method to locate chimpanzee nests in production forests. Enjoy!
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