My conservation journey started in 2020, after my first field visits to different national parks and protected areas in my country. After careful observation of how diverse and inspiring biodiversity is and how it is most important for humankind to strive on earth, I decided to pursue zoology and conservation studies at the University of Rwanda, to understand more biodiversity components. After completing my bachelor's degree I looked for a job that best fit me in the conservation of nature. I'm currently, working on mountain gorilla conservation and protection as a research assistant in behavioral data collection at the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund.
Self introduction to wildhub community
Hello everyone!! My name is emmanuel, an early career at Dian Fossey gorilla-fund, but also an alumnus of the University of Rwanda. I am currently working as a research assistant specifically dealing with the protection and conservation of mountain gorillas that I love the most.