Ahead of this year’s SAVE meeting Chris Bowden is pleased to announce the publication ‘The Creation of the SAVE Consortium: a possible model for Africa?’ that summarizes SAVEs formation, structure, overall rationale, objectives, and achievements so far.
The paper, published in the journal Ostrich, will be presented as a plenary lecture in Africa to assist coordination of conservation of African vultures, but can also be used in Asia to aid SAVEs effective functioning into the future.
A must read for both partners and those new to SAVE!
Please contact Chris Bowden at email@example.com for access to the paper.
Research has underpinned the vulture conservation programme from the very beginning. The first evidence of declines was from Keoladia National Park, India. Surveys and monitoring established that declines were occurring at a national and international scale, and triggered a four-year investigation into the cause of the declines.
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