Mark Stanley Price

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Mark Stanley Price (UK)

"Trained as a zoologist, Mark has spent more than 30 years in conservation in Africa and the Middle East, researching on amongst other things hartebeest feeding ecology in Kenya, before moving to Oman to design and run the pioneering project to restore the Arabian oryx to the wild. He was then Director of African Operations for the African Wildlife Foundation in Kenya for 12 years. After a spell as a consultant, in 2001 he became Chief Executive of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in Jersey. In 2008 he joined Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU). He founded, then chaired for 12 years, the IUCN SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group, and now sits on the Board of Marwell Wildlife. His main concerns now are that nature gets adequate attention, and that conservation prepares for the forthcoming challenges to the persistence of biodiversity." [1]

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  1. Council, World Land Trust, accessed June 6, 2009.