Johnathan is a Biologist working in the field to protect the magnificent carnivores of Zambia from poaching and other human induced threats.
Johnathan will be able to streamline his research efforts and conduct more extensive outreach programs to ensure the future of Zambia’s carnivores.
Carnivores play an incredibly important role in the ecosystems of Zambia; without them, everything changes. Climate change increases the threat of poaching – which is putting lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild dogs in harm's way – affecting and altering their prey, vegetation, the water table, and much more.
Johnathan is a Biologist and the Project Manager for the Zambian Carnivore Programme’s Luangwa research project.
Johnathan and ZCP conduct research and collect data on the behavior and distribution of mammals and analyze prey/predator relations.
Manages logistics at the Luangwa field office to most effectively resources to protect as many animals as possible.
Manges community outreach programs with local communities and schools to educate and spread awareness on the importance of carnivores and the threats facing them.
Collaborates with organizations with local, national, and international partners, agencies and organizations to create the most effective solutions to address the myriad conservation challenges facing Zambia.
Johnathan and the ZCP have saved countless animals caught be wire snares through their extensive monitoring system.
Conducted priceless research on the carnivores and other large mammals.
Led numerous community outreach projects to educate and inspire future conservationists.
Created various local, national and international initiatives to promote carnivore conservation and anti-poaching campaigns.
Johnathan is on a mission to ensure the future of Zambia’s carnivores, by studying them and by inspiring future conservationist.