The first decade of Nick’s career was spent as an archaeologist with an environmental bias before progressing on to the environment with an historical bias for his PhD. Human disturbance of the environment and human-wildlife conflict are major features of both his past and current work. He now works as the Eastern Africa Coordinator of the Rangewide Conservation Program for Cheetah and African Wild Dogs and the scope of his work reaches from Tanzania in the south up to, and including, the Horn of Africa. His journey in conservation has led him from the confines of his native England to live in Kenya, Papua New Guinea, Germany and Tanzania where he currently lives on the slopes of Kilimanjaro.
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