Cocoa farmers in West Africa are using bushmeat as a back-up source of food and income in times of hardship, according to new research.
Rising temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns in Madagascar could fuel the spread of lemur parasites and the diseases they carry.
Illegal hunting in the Serengeti ecosystem: Social and molecular genetic methods of combating crimes against fauna
Tanzania has many different and diverse wildlife populations spread across a network of protected areas extending over the whole country.
Animals like antelope, frogs and rodents may be tricky to catch, but they provide protein in places where traditional livestock are scarce. According to the authors of a new paper in Animal Frontiers, meat from wild animals ...
How do you balance the need for biodiversity conservation and human health? For Christopher Golden, '05, a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Harvard University Center for the Environment, that question is at the core of a paper he ...
More than five tonnes of illegal bushmeat is being smuggled in personal luggage each week through one of Europe's busiest airports, reveals new research published in Conservation Letters today.