Month: July 2021

New Publication Highlights Uganda Sitatunga Research

A SCIF funded project on sitatunga in Uganda recently published a scientific article, “Population density of sitatunga in riverine wetland habitats.” The researcher, Dr. Camille Warbington, also recently defended her PhD dissertation at the University of Alberta. Sitatunga are a very under studied species, owing to their elusive nature in deep papyrus swamps, so this study …

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SCIF Participates in CMS Meeting

By Joe Goergen You’ve heard of CITES, but what is CMS and why is it important to SCIF’s mission? CMS stands for the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals, otherwise known as the Bonn Convention. SCIF staff recently participated virtually in the 5th Meeting of the Sessional Committee of the Scientific Council …

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