Since its inception, FERAL has focused on finding solutions to address pressing problems facing wildlife conservation, natural resource management and marine ecosystems. Thus most of our research work is driven by the current needs to identify conservation/management actions that can deliver the desired outcomes.
The need to facilitate decision making drives our study design, data collection, analysis and also determines our monitoring processes which helps us in evaluating the effectiveness of our intervention. We strongly rely on field surveys to collect the required data and also to understand societal needs to which gives us a balanced perspective of the problem in hand.
We build capacities of stakeholders to help them implement and monitor conservation/management actions and also to facilitate in the decision making process.
Our programmes cover a range of wildlife habitats, coastal zones, islands and human landscapes. Click on the links on the left to learn more about FERAL's programmes.