Career in conservation

Career in conservation "While field work can be physically and mentally exhausting at times, I have had no other experience that is as incredible and humbling. My research camp does not have running water or electricity and consists of several wooden huts which are located in a very remote part of the rainforest [in the Central African Republic (CAR)], allowing one to really integrate with nature,” wrote 24-year-old Anahita (Ana) Verahrami. A research assistant for the Elephant Listening Project (ELP) conducted by Cornell University, she was responding to Parsiana’s request for details on her work. To collect data she needed to......

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