Project Updates

White Rhino Research Update – Nov 2011

By Monique Paris | November 30, 2011

The fieldwork for the rhino project has begun. I am collecting samples from various females that range freely in a nature reserve in South Africa. … Read more “White Rhino Research Update – Nov 2011”

Reproductive Knowledge of The Ethiopian Wolf Will Pave The Way to Reproductive Conservation: Freya’s Conclusions

By Monique Paris | October 11, 2011

Ethiopian wolves are medium-sized, territorial canids, endemic to the Ethiopian highlands. They live in family packs of up to 20 individuals, and within a pack … Read more “Reproductive Knowledge of The Ethiopian Wolf Will Pave The Way to Reproductive Conservation: Freya’s Conclusions”

Reproductive Knowledge of The Ethiopian Wolf Will Pave The Way to Reproductive Conservation: Freya's Conclusions

By Monique Paris | October 11, 2011

Ethiopian wolves are medium-sized, territorial canids, endemic to the Ethiopian highlands. They live in family packs of up to 20 individuals, and within a pack … Read more “Reproductive Knowledge of The Ethiopian Wolf Will Pave The Way to Reproductive Conservation: Freya's Conclusions”

Helping the world’s most endangered wolf species: Ethiopian Wolf

By Monique Paris | October 11, 2011

High up in the Bale Mountains at the altitude of 4300m a small population of Ethiopian wolves (Canis simensis) seek out their existence alongside an … Read more “Helping the world’s most endangered wolf species: Ethiopian Wolf”

African Wild Dog Project Update – May 2011

By Monique Paris | May 24, 2011

In late January 2011, a second field season of monitoring free-ranging populations of wild dogs commenced. The field work is taking place in the same … Read more “African Wild Dog Project Update – May 2011”

African Wild Dog Project Update – September 2010

By Monique Paris | September 13, 2010

The project based at Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Game Reserve, South Africa, wrapped up the field work at the end of July for the year. The past couple … Read more “African Wild Dog Project Update – September 2010”

African Wild Dog Project Update – May 2010

By Monique Paris | June 16, 2010

The African wild dog project has continued steadily on over the past few weeks as the breeding season continues here in South Africa. Some clear … Read more “African Wild Dog Project Update – May 2010”

Pygmy Hippos Photographed in the Wild

By Monique Paris | June 3, 2010

As part of our efforts to gain the knowledge needed to help save the Pygmy hippo, we are studying their behavior in our field project … Read more “Pygmy Hippos Photographed in the Wild”

Rhino Ear Notching Video

By Monique Paris | April 27, 2010

This excellent video shows how ear notching, a procedure that helps identify individuals, is performed on Rhinos. This video and more can be found on … Read more “Rhino Ear Notching Video”

White Rhino Research Update – March 2011

By Monique Paris | April 27, 2010

We have been analysing the reproductive biology of the Southern White Rhino in the wild at a nature reserve in South Africa to obtain vital … Read more “White Rhino Research Update – March 2011”