Mory SANOGO (He/Him)

Environmental officer, NAMPALA SA

About Mory SANOGO

Hello everyone!

I'm Mory, a water and Environmental engineer currently working in a junior mining corporation in Mali (West Africa) as an environmental officer.  As part of my job (that i love), it's my duty to contribute to the protection and conservation of wildlife. Morever, mining has a huge impact on biodiversity depletion. 

As part of our job, my team and i use to relocate animals (Snakes most of the time) and insects (Bees and their hives) that one may encounter on the mine site.

Since, i haven't a real expertise in the sector i have been looking for courses to deepen my knowledge in conservation of wildlife and i was really lucky to find a course by WildTeam on LinkedIn to which i've registered. 

From their website, i was able to find the link to the community website. 

I would like to take advantage of this to thank all you and i'm really looking forward to learn as much as possible and apply that knowledge.

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Recent Comments

Feb 18, 2023
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

A warm welcome to WildHub, Mory! Great to read your introduction post and to have met you in our WildHub social last week :) 

I'm really grateful @Thirza Loffeld, thank you for everything and specially for the networking opportunities.

Definitely yes, but for now i think that i'll get in touch with those who names' are listed. 

Feb 18, 2023
Replying to Grace Alawa

Welcome Mory, it's good to have you on WildHub and I'm sure you'll get to learn a lot from the community. You have an interesting job, I'm curious to know how you relocate bees and their hives successfully? 

Thank you @Grace Alawa . i'm also sure that i'll learn a lot and i'm really glad to be part of the community.

In order to relocate bees, we made many wood hives. We just have to put it near the natural beehives and apply cows manure inside it. In less than two days they will start relocating. After a while, we move the wood hives into an area not affected by works. We started doing this  awhile ago and for now it's quite  succesful (There are some wood hives still empty but we are waiting).

If you have any other idea, please let me know.

Feb 17, 2023
Replying to Christine Tansey

Welcome to WildHub @Mory SANOGO!

Thank you @Christine Tansey


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