On the 19th September 2012, the results from our leopard density camera trap survey in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park were presented at the South African Wildlife Management Associations’ symposium. Thanks to the hard work of many of our past conservation volunteers we have been able to estimate scientifically-based leopard population numbers for Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park for the first time ever. Now our job is to make sure the results are disseminated to reserve managers and the scientific community. Look out for a blog about the results of the survey in October.
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