Tag Archives: Phana

Birth Control — Long-tailed Macaques in Phana

The first stage of the birth control programme for the long-tailed macaques in Phana took place at the end of August and beginning of September 2016. Stage two is likely to begin soon, so it is time that we look … Continue reading

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Butterflies in Don Chao Poo Forest, Phana

Elliot Capp, one of the researchers from Exeter University who spent three months in Phana earlier this year, has identified twelve species of butterfly from the photos he took in Don Chao Poo Forest. There are a few more that … Continue reading

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Mapping the forest

Guest blogger: Robin Southon, MSc Animal Behaviour, Exeter University, UK When our group from Exeter first arrived in Phana, we decided to familiarise ourselves with the forest and macaques by conducting a time budget analysis of the population. This is … Continue reading

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