Towards Collaborative Conservation of the World’s Most Trafficked Mammal: Protecting Pangolins and Building Conservation Capacity in Takamanda National Park, Cameroon
On Friday, March 31 at 2:30pm at Colorado State University in Johnson Hall 108, the Africa Center will be hosting Jerry Kirensky Mbi, current CCC Fellow. Jerry is the Conservator (Park Warden) of Cameroon’s iconic Takamanda National Park in the South West Region. His talk will focus on his efforts to protect pangolins and move towards more collaborative approaches for natural resource management in Takamanda National Park, while filling important gaps in understanding of pangolin distribution and abundance and building a constituency for collaborative conservation in the region.
We hope to see you there!