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CONSERVATION & WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

January Update: Amur Tiger Prey Study – A small upload of camera-trap results


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Last July, Conservation Frontlines introduced its first Select Study: research in support of predators and prey in Russia’s vast and remote Far East. Only some 500 Amur (Siberian) tiger survive there, and they depend on wild boar and red deer. These two species are also vital for the food security and culture of the human community in the region. Normally, the study leader, University of Montana grad student Scott Waller, would be there now, but of course he is stranded by the pandemic—which has also curtailed his funding. As we help him raise funds for the future, we asked him for a progress report. READ MORE

The Great Elephant Balancing Act


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Recent research emphasized the importance of males in elephant society, findings that are now being used to batter countries in Southern Africa into changing their elephant management policies. This article reviews the scientific evidence and calls for a balanced approach that considers both humans and elephants.READ MORE