Monthly Archives: May 2008

The Fate of Botswana’s Large Carnivores

In the previous post I introduced our project, and gave a brief description of what we do. Now I would like to give you highlights of some carnivore conservation  issues we’ve had before…… Monitoring carnivore numbers is crucial for their conservation and management. In order to implement appropriate wildlife management strategies and policies, information about […]

Welcome to the blog!

Firstly, I’ll like to introduce myself. I am a citizen of Botswana. I come from a rural area in southern Botswana characterized by dry and temperate climate and  very low  annual rainfall. My  name  is Tshepo ‘Dungi’ Kgokilwe, but I prefer being called just Dungi. My career interests have been always directed toward wildlife conservation. […]