I am Opeyemi Blessing OYAWALE, a first-class wildlife and ecotourism management graduate from the prestigious University of Ibadan, Nigeria, fueled by a deep passion for wildlife research and conservation consultancy. My academic journey has been a quest to understand and contribute to the delicate balance between humanity and the natural world. With a firm foundation in wildlife and ecotourism management, I am on a dedicated path towards becoming a wildlife researcher and consultant. Motivated by my curiosity to explore the complex lives of wildlife, I want to establish a name for myself as a researcher and provide accurate evaluation for conservation initiatives. In addition, my goal is to provide sustainable practice consultations that help close the gap between human activity and the health of the various ecosystems on our planet. I'm continually looking for scholarship opportunities to further my education overseas as part of my quest for excellence. By doing this, I hope to improve my perspectives on the world, my knowledge, and my abilities, positioning myself to have a bigger influence in the field of wildlife research and conservation. My vision includes promoting responsible wildlife management, becoming a catalyst for positive change, and encouraging peaceful cohabitation between people and the natural world. I'm eager to connect with fellow researchers, conservationists, and professionals in related fields. Whether you share a similar passion or have insights to offer, I welcome the opportunity to build meaningful connections and explore collaborations that contribute to the betterment of our environment. I would love to connect with you if you share my enthusiasm for wildlife research and conservation consulting, and if you have any insider knowledge regarding scholarship chances. Please get in touch, and together we can set out on a mission to change the world we live in for the better. Thank you for stopping by, and I look forward to connecting with you and like-minded individuals who share a commitment to wildlife preservation
Cleo has an M.Sc. in Applied Animal Behaviour & Animal Welfare from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies (University of Edinburgh) and a B.Sc. in Animal Biology from Stirling University (UK). She has extensive experience in assisting and managing complex research projects for multiple research institutes and private laboratories. She has built up a strong technical background in the South African Bushveld deciphering wild animal behaviour and bio-acoustics, in cancer research and behind an electron microscope looking for a link between positive animal welfare practices and the abundance of microglia (the brain’s primary innate immune cells).
I (Rachel Ndabala) has 6 years working experience in Sustainable Forestry, Fisheries, Wildlife Management and general Community based natural resources management (CBNRM). I hold a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife management and Biology and a Master’s degree in Climate Change and sustainable development. Currently, I am supporting the WeForest Zambia team in implementation of the Global development alliance Hearth consortium Luangwa livelihoods and conservation project. I am based in the North Luangwa Landscape, in Zambia.
Rosa Alejandra Roldán
Research assistant, Centro de Datos para la Conservación -CDC/CECON/USAC
Hi! I'm a Latin woman who loves nature. I studied Biology at the Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala. I have experience in environmental education focused on children and young people. I work with amphibians and reptiles, specifically with salamanders and crocodiles. I like art and data digitalization. Recently, I started to work at Centro de Datos para la Conservación as a research assistant, being in charge of the Ecology section. Also, I have collaborated on a project on food security through insect consumption, working with indigenous women in the western part of my country.
I am a member of Kenya Forest Club where we focus on educating learners on conservation. As a Cartographer I have authored 8 map books for children to create interest in maps and map uses at an early age. This will see them appreciate GIS and Remote sensing early in life as we have applied the technologies in the maps communicating reducing forest cover in parts of the country. My passion is to communicate to the young, have them appreciate our efforts and be part of the efforts.
Md. Sabbir Ahammed is an enthusiastic undergraduate student with an unwavering passion for wildlife conservation and a specific focus on herpetofauna research. He was born and raised in a small village surrounded by nature, where he developed a deep connection with the environment from a young age. His fascination with reptiles and amphibians began early in childhood, fostering a lifelong passion for these often misunderstood creatures, which led him to pursue a degree in Zoology at the Jagannath University, Dhaka 1100, Bangladesh. Sabbir has actively shaped his academic journey to specialize in herpetofauna research. Eager to contribute to the understanding and conservation of reptiles and amphibians, he is engaged in various research projects related to his chosen field. His determination led him to work alongside esteemed herpetologists, studying the behavior, ecology, and conservation needs of diverse amphibian and reptile species. As a result, he completed both of his undergraduate term papers on herpetofauna. Sabbir's commitment to wildlife conservation extends beyond the classroom and laboratory. Driven by a sense of responsibility for the Earth's ecosystems, Sabbir became involved in various campus organizations dedicated to environmental causes, including the Nature Study and Conservation Club (NSCC), Department of Zoology, Jagannath University. He plays a key role in organizing awareness campaigns, seminars, and educational workshops to inspire his peers to participate actively in conservation efforts. By fostering a sense of understanding and appreciation, he strives to bridge the gap between humans and these essential components of ecosystems. Apart from working on various research projects on different wildlife as a volunteer and research assistant, he is a grantee of The Explorers Club (awarded the Rising Explorer Club grant in 2023). Currently, he is the principal investigator of a project focused on lizard diversity and their conservation. Driven by a desire to share his knowledge, Sabbir actively maintains a social media presence dedicated to herpetofauna and other wildlife conservation. His engaging content not only educates the public but also inspires others to join the cause and protect biodiversity. As he advances in his undergraduate studies, his goal is to contribute meaningful research that informs conservation strategies for herpetofauna. With a keen eye for detail and a passion for preserving biodiversity, he envisions a future where reptiles and amphibians are respected and actively safeguarded for upcoming generations.
Adedotun Onoyinka Afolayan
Assistant Director (Research & Development), National Center for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology (NACGRAB)
I am an Ecologist with experience in Environmental Biology. I work with the National Center for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology (NACGRAB) based in Nigeria. I am passionate about environmental pollution assessment and evaluation, especially concerning land, water, and living organisms. At NACGRAB, I have been given the responsibility of using Tissue Culture Methods to conserve the economic and endangered plant biodiversity of Nigeria. I appreciate teaming up with people in my field of expertise to carry out research and environmental activities that will help save the future. Thanks
I'm Phydias Senan Agossou, PhD student at the Institute of Geography of the University of Bern in Switzerland. I had a Bachelor and a Master degree, both in management of natural resources in my home country, Benin. Actually my PhD is focused on landscape connectivity in agricultural landscape of Benin. As it involve a good numbers of field related to ecology conservation, GIS, Species Distribution Modelling, this community is the best to help me aware about what is been doing in the scientist world. My expectation joining this Hub is then to gain knowledge from other from one hand and to share my experience with them through my ongoing PhD thesis and to build a solid scientists network necessary for my career from another hand.
A dynamic and detail-oriented individual with a passion for understanding service delivery, eager to contribute my knowledge and skills to dynamic conservation projects, I am seeking opportunities to collaborate with likeminded professionals and organizations dedicated to safeguarding our planet's biodiversity.
I am the CEO of based UK startup ioLight. We make the only pocket microscope that can capture and share images of cells from the screen of your mobile phone. I joined WildHub because conservationists globally find that a microscope that can travel anywhere that they can is now an essential part of their gear. The microscope allows you to make instant decisions in the field. It has been used in The Arctic, The Amazon, The Antarctic, and Mount Everest. Most of our microscopes are exported, with 50% sold in the USA. We hope to connect with field ecologists, particularly those interested in citizen science. We can help you collect large volumes of rich data quickly and inexpensively. We are looking forward to learning how you want to view microscopic subjects and to help make your field work faster and simpler. I look forward to meeting you.
Greetings fellow conservation warriors! 👋 I'm Celline Awuor, a dedicated Communication Manager at Kang4Nature, where every day is a new opportunity to amplify the voices of nature. 🦋🌳 As a passionate conservationist, I believe in the power of communication to inspire change and foster a deeper connection between people and the planet.. 📣 In my role, I weave the narrative of our organization's commitment to preserving biodiversity and safeguarding our ecosystems. From crafting compelling stories to harnessing the potential of digital platforms, I strive to make the urgency of conservation accessible and engaging for all. Join me on this wild journey as we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of environmental advocacy. Let's connect, collaborate, and contribute to the global conversation on WildHub. Together, let's sow the seeds of change and nurture a future where nature thrives and our planet flourishes. 🌏🌿 #ConservationChampion #WildlifeWarrior #CommunicationsForChange
I am Arefine. I am an anchor & reciter. In between my studies in zoology, I am involved in extra curricular activities. I focus on field studies since my undergraduate studies. Field study alone and observing became my addiction. Photography was also added to this addiction. Although watching nature, observing animals is my passion, the thought of working on a specific subject did not come to my mind. After that, I started working at the marginal level with snakebite patients during the Corona period. Then I chose calligraphy as a means of awareness to reach people quickly. Although I did not give priority to online then, I later built my organization called Kundali Foundation. Under the banner of this organization, i started the work of conveying the message of awareness to people called 'Be Aware Of Snake'. I was able to deliver my message to 495 upazilas of Bangladesh. The war is still going on because the fear of snakes has not died down among people.
I am an enthusiastic wildlife conservationist who is passionate about conserving wildlife. I appreciate nature and the nurturing I have gained from growing up with wildlife. I hope to deliver the best for Kenya and the world at large. I am determined to promote wildlife conservation, wildlife health and welfare. I love telling stories about nature and wildlife through photography.