Julius Agabi

Aquatic and disturbance ecologist. , Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS-Nigeria program).

About Julius Agabi

I am an enthusiastic conservation scientist with keen research interest in disturbance ecology, Wildlife trade, Human-Wildlife conflict, Ecosystem Restoration, environmental toxicology, marine litter, watershed, bioremediation and habitat protection. I'm focused on IUCN redlist species. I am an active, research-focused, Stable and goal oriented young chap with over two years of independent and collaborative internships and research with a very strong academic and research background in Zoology and Environmental Biology and a major focus on disturbance ecology and and ecosystem performance. I have grown my passion from supporting conservation activities in the University to also taking conservation education to local schools, youths, Women and stakeholders in supporting/enclave communities of the Cross River National Park, Nigeria. I am currently taking a drastic tilt in research towards assessing the impact of human interference with ecosystem performance while studying the indices that could have permeated this disruption. In the last one year, I have supported conservation education, local livelihood intervention and committed to studying the landscape of Cross River National Park, Ndebiji hills and Afi wildlife sanctuary, Nigeria


Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Behaviour change campaigns Education & training Land/Water Management Livelihood, Economic & Moral Incentive Project/programme management Research

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


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Recent Comments

Jul 08, 2024
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

Hi Julius, thank you for sharing this video. Unfortunately, I could only watch the first 15 seconds; was there more? Let me know if you need any help uploading the full video and I look forward to watching the rest. 

I would also like to connect you to our Conservation Catalyst @Opeyemi Blessing Oyawale who could help you share your lessons learned if you like. 

Yes Thirza, please connect me to Opeyemi.

Jul 08, 2024
Replying to Lara Reden

Welcome to WildHub

Thanks Lara!

Jul 05, 2024

I'm open to positive conversations and collaborations.


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