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Table manners

At the Alldays Wildlife and Communities Research Centre, we are busy finding out which of the locally grown crops are most preferred by baboons. This is important information to know when developing an effective mitigation method, as something that successfully deters a baboon from…

Getting things off the ground!

This is the intended place for all things Alldays WCRC and you can look forward to regular updates from our various volunteers and staff. We are very open to ideas and one of them is to drive some sort of community engagement for our…

Africa at her finest

On the rare occasions when rain does fall and offers some reprieve from the relentless heat, the visual spectacle that is the bushveld is awesomely magnified. I have to feel privileged to witness such beauty and am reminded of the great┬áresponsibility we have of…

Away we go!

The Primate and Predator Project has recently received a grant from the Earthwatch Institute that has allowed us to extend our research base. In 2011, Dr Leah Findlay began her PhD on human-primate conflict, focusing on working with farmers who suffer crop damage from…