U.S.$100 Million for Counting Wildebeest in Tanzania's Seregeti
The U.S.$100 million project will be executed by the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute in collaboration with other global environment and wildlife conservation organisations. During this process, 3,000 to 3,500 satellite images will be collected and experts from the UK-based Glasgow University will count them digitally under the supervision of three professors. The same satellite images will be dispatched to scientists worldwide for experts to make their voluntary counting.
Daily News, 23 April 2018
NUMBER of wildebeests in Tanzania's second largest national park, the Serengeti, will be determined in the new census that starts this week. Read more »
Citizen, 27 December 2017
The spectacular wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is back on its southbound annual migration route, thanks to forced removal of large herds of livestock which had encroached… Read more »