Camera-trap surveys for Aders’ duiker in Kenya’s coastal forests
Wild Planet Trust has been supporting research and surveys for the highly threatened forest antelope Aders’ duiker (Cephalophus adersi) since 2002.
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Amin, R., Andanje, S.A., Ogwonka, B., Ali, A.H., Bowkett, A.E., Omar, M. and Wacher, T. 2015. The northern coastal forests of Kenya are nationally and globally important for the conservation of Aders’ duiker and other antelope species. Biodiversity and Conservation 24: 641-658
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