Salome is originally from Antiguo Morelos, Tamaulipas. He is currently monitoring parrots in the project “Protection of parrots in danger of extinction in Mexico” at the Rancho Regalo de Dios.
Gregorio is from the Ejido Santa Juana, Altamira, Tamaulipas. He is currently working monitoring parrots in the project “Protection of parrots in danger of extinction in Mexico” in the Ejido Santa Juana.
Syamsuar is the Leuser Conservation Forum’s (FKL) Project Leader for the Suaq Restoration Project in Aceh Selatan. He has been involved in the conservation of the Leuser Ecosystem for the last 26 years. Previously a research station manager at Sikundur Research Station and Suaq Balimbing Research Station, Syamsuar loves to spend his free time bird-watching and observing wildlife. His colleagues on the frontline nickname Syamsuar “The Professor” because of his vast knowledge on different plants across the Leuser Ecosystem and their relationship with wildlife and humans.
Timba Martin has been working with Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society for more than sixteen years as an Outboard Pilot. He has spent most of his career in the field. He has participated in studies for the gazettement of Douala-Edea coastal Atlantic landscape as a National Park. He also participates in conducting carbon stock estimation, and biodiversity surveys in the Douala-Edea national park as well as water birds count along the coastal area of Cameroon. His daily tasks consist of transporting teams and materials with outboard engines in marine and estuarine areas, assisting in rural outreach, in inventory and measurement of aquatic forests (mangroves) and in field data collection.
Petga Feukeu Emilie Laure is working with Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society as a field assistant, focusing on the Eco-health project. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. Her tasks are to assist community education and outreach activities, participate in the implementation of the Eco-health project and other projects’ activities, assist team members, experts and consultants on travel and logistical matters and assist in the preparation of technical reports.
Ndelle Lizett Messame is the project technical assistant for Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society. She has a Master of Engineering in Fisheries & Aquatic Ecosystem Management and two years experience in project planning and implementation. Lizett has in the past two years worked with ERuDeF, a NGO working in the field of conservation and sustainable development. As project assistant at CWCS, she participates in the planning & implementation of field activities, forest & fauna inventories and assists in writing technical reports.
Atem Edwin Egbe is currently working with the Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer. He has a Masters of Engineering in Fisheries & Aquatic Ecosystem Management. Edwin has been working with CWCS for more than two years. He takes an active part in the implementation of the Eco-health project and other projects activities, participates in the preparation and monitoring of activities as well as the compilation of data and the production of periodical reports.
Cornelio Sanchez has been working for Fundación Jocotoco for 12 years. He is from the Macará Canton province of Loja, where his project is located. His daily activities include seed collection, monitoring tree nurseries, and forest maintenance. His expectation of Fundación Jocotoco is that it will continue to grow. His favorite tree is the Guayacan.
Francisco, nicknamed Pancho, started working for Fundación Jocotoco more than 12 years ago.
He works in the “Restoration Program”, specifically in the Jorupe Reserve located in the Macará Canton province of Loja. He is in charge of the installation of forest nurseries for the production of native species, and the maintenance of the forest. His favorite tree is the Guayacan.
Enrique Calle has been working in the Yunguilla reserve since August 2001. He carries out trail maintenance activities, feeds the Atlapetes, and guides tourists. He also focuses on maintenance work, as well as patrols. His favorite bird is the Cabecipalido matorralero.
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