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By clicking on the tabs above you can see what we did during this course in 2019.

Impressions are  a video diary kept by our students

Wild Science is a summary of the innovative science outreach we hosted at Skukuza tourist camp.

After a successful course, we would like to share some of the feedback we got from our students under course evaluation

Gallery shows some of our nicest pictures from course moments and wildlife encounters

Noah’s view are short videos and inputs from Noah, one of our youngest members following along this course as his parents were teaching.

Welcome!

This is the blog of the PhD course Global Perspectives on Adaptive Wildlife Management organized by the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies at SLU and Nsasani Trust.

It is an interdisciplinary course, comparing adaptive wildlife management across
northern and southern hemisphere systems. This course is given as part of the research school for Ecology & Society (ECOS).

During the next weeks you will be able to follow us on our field trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa and discover all the exciting activities we have planned.