Wildlife monitoring & research
Wildlife surveillance is key to tracking habitat loss, and the potential impact on migratory corridors. In collaboration with the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI), the CCA monitors wildlife movements across the Burunge WMA. Using camera trap surveys to assess the diversity of wildlife species, and note the extent of livestock movements, we work to provide data that will guide future conservation strategies. Our research into the frequency of roadkill incidents, of both domestic animals and wildlife, has shown that roadkill continues to threaten biodiversity and wildlife movement in the Kwakunjicha corridor.
View gallery of images