Lions

Lions

Bertram, Brian

1998

Book ID 25

See also

Bertram, Brian Lions, 1998
Page Number: 72

Brian Bertram has been involved with a wide variety of . . .

Brian Bertram has been involved with a wide variety of animals. Fresh from a Ph.D. from Cambridge University on mynah birds in India, he studied lions (and leopards and others) in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, and established the long term study programme for lions there.

Extract ID: 1395

See also

Bertram, Brian Lions, 1998
Page Number: 8

Much of what is known about the life of lions

Much of what is known about the life of lions in the wild has come from long term studies of them in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Starting in 1966, George Schaller, then I [Brian Bertram], then David Bygott and Jeanette Hanby, and then Craig Packer and Anne Pusey, and several associates, have been able to keep tabs on the fortunes of individually recognized lions and their prides for over 30 years. There have been few other studies of individual wild animals that have been going so long, or that have yielded so much information,

Extract ID: 1394
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