In partnership with a local tracker, the MWA Vet and Human-Wildlife Conflict teams, recently conducted a successful collaring operation. The initiative aims to track a wildlife group prone to conflicts with local farms.
This joint effort underscores the effectiveness of community engagement, with the local tracker coordination skills proving instrumental. MWA's gardener, Eduardo, also participated, gaining valuable insights into wildlife collaring. It was a great opportunity for Eduardo to be part of the collaring process, providing him with a hands-on understanding of the procedures involved.
The operation, utilizing advanced tracking technology, targets a specific wildlife group to monitor and prevent potential conflicts with nearby communities. The success highlights the impact of collaborative conservation and the importance of involving community members in wildlife protection efforts.