Taiye Adeniyi Adeyanju
Wildlife and Ecotourism Management, Ornithology and Wildlife Conservation,
University of Ibadan
I am a wildlife specialist with special interest in birds, bats and butterflies. I began the Eidolon helvum monitoring with Temidayo in 2012 and successfully supervised students both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels with interest in Eidolon helvum. I provide professional, logistics and institutional support during the monthly monitoring. Monitoring of the species within cities has shown some trends that link raining and dry seasons. Also, monitoring the species has given insights into dispersal activities through dietary analysis as well as hunting pressures. I am committed to the species conservation and will continue to get involved in the monitoring as we continue to unravel the information they provide via diseases, climate and habitat changes.
Department of Wildlife and Range Management, Joseph Sarwuan Tarka University,
Department of Biological Sciemces, Bowen University, Iwo
Stephen Mayowa Ezekiel
Department of Wildlife and Ecotourism Management,