African ecology and conservation is a course that examines African wildlife conservation efforts. This course consists of 6 units and focuses on the ecology of African predators and non-human primates and, their conservation in situ. The final unit extends your understanding and application of ecology and conservation. It examines human-wildlife conflict in Africa and the rest of the world. Who is this course for? As a level 4 course, it will introduce you to using academic articles in support of further and higher-level studies. The course is also valid for CPD and as an introduction to anyone thinking about a change of career into wildlife conservation work. If you are thinking of volunteering in wildlife conservation in Africa, this course will give you a sound basis on which to achieve your aim.
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