By Yvonne A. de Jong & Thomas M. Butynski
The degree of threat status for each of Africa’s primate species and subspecies was assessed/reassessed in April 2016 in Rome during the IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group’s ‘African Primate Red List Assessment Workshop’. In December 2019, the first 122 of these assessments were published (www.iucnredlist.org).
By Tom Butynski & Yvonne de Jong
Five species have been added to the Lolldaiga Hills Ranch Bird List since May 2019. These species were encountered by Gerhard Nicholaus, Gudrun Galetz and Tom Butynski. The list now stands at 419 species.
By Darcy Ogada, The Peregrine Fund
Some of us are fortunate to live life one step removed from the tumult and chaos that plays out daily in surrounding communities.
Thomas M. Butynski & Yvonne A. de Jong, Lolldaiga Hills Research Programme
The Lelwel Hartebeest (or ‘Kenya Highland Hartebeest’) Alcelaphus buselaphus lelwel (Figures 1, 3, 4 & 5) is an ‘Endangered’ subspecies (IUCN 2016b).
Grace Ellison, Simon Kenworthy & Amelia Ramage, Division of Biology and Conservation Ecology, Manchester Metropolitan University
Galagos, or ‘bushbabies’, are nocturnal primates distributed across much of sub-Saharan Africa (Butynski et al. 2013).