James Madeli Research Coordinator for Wild Nature Institute
James completed his bachelor of science degree in Wildlife Science and Conservation at the University of Dar es Salaam. He was born and raised in Singida, and is currently based at Wild Nature Institute's field office in Mtowambu, in the Tarangire-Manyara region. He coordinates field research for the Masai Giraffe Conservation Demography and TUNGO research projects. James conducts giraffe photographic identification surveys and collects giraffe dung for genetics studies, trains Tanzanian students in field data collection techniques, and is leader of "Twiga Team Alpha."