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Dr. Amy Dickman

Ruaha Carnivore Project

With more than 18 years of experience in wild cat conservation, Amy has achieved vital
conservation successes in one of Africa’s most important landscapes for large carnivores – the Ruaha Landscape – which supports more than 10% of the world’s remaining lions.
Amy received her PhD from the Institute of Zoology/University College London and has
authored over 50 scientific publications and book chapters. She currently serves as the Kaplan Senior Research Fellow in Wild Felid Conservation at Oxford University and on the IUCN Human-Wildlife Conflict Specialist Group Steering Committee. Amy received the 2011

Rabinowitz-Kaplan Prize for the Next Generation in Wild Cat Conservation and was a 2014
Finalist for the Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, September 30

8:00am MDT

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