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Fieldwork
Fieldwork

Gaining knowledge about the conditions of a particular habitat for wildlife and human communities cohabiting with wildlife or living on the fringes of that habitat is a prerequisite for any conservation activity. Our experts and volunteers are present in the field and actively participate in both ecological and social studies. Whenever a census on wildlife in protected areas is conducted, PWHF is ready to offer its services to DoE. Moreover, some of our conservation activities take place directly in the field, for which our fieldworkers are always ready to engage. Providing emergency fodder for herbivores kept in confined areas and building of water watering troughs and other structures that lead to better conservation of one or several species in a habitat are among such activities.  Other services include provision of needed equipment for game guards to patrol the area more effectively or to collect better field data.