We wish a very happy birthday to the brilliant, beautiful, and indefatigable Dr. Anne Innis Dagg, the first person to scientifically study giraffe behavior in the wild. She is an inspiration to giraffologists everywhere!
Wild Nature Institute's giraffe research makes the cover of the Journal of Animal Ecology!
Cover image: Female Masai giraffes that live closer to human settlements have weaker and more exclusive relationships with other members of their social communities compared with those living deep within protected areas. See page 212‐221. Photo by Derek Lee.
Wild Nature Institute is pleased to share our 2020 Annual Report. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, we successfully continued and expanded our giraffe conservation science and education in Tanzania thanks to donations from our committed supporters, and thanks to our fantastic Tanzanian staff who rose to the occasion and did great work. We hope you enjoy reading about what we have all accomplished this year.
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