Monthly Archives: February 2010

Hidden fruits sought by man and animals

I am happy to write you another blog that I hope you will enjoy. Maybe you thought I had run away from blogging, but that is not so. I have been busy assisting another research student, David, with his work in the field. Let me tell you about it. This study will examine the distribution […]

A visit from the University of Rwanda

A few days ago we received a welcome visit from our colleagues, Yves and Bizuru, from the Biology Department of the University of Rwanda. We had a chance to show them the institute here and what we could offer to their students. This visit was a result of various past discussions and invitations. In early […]

Plotting against plots and plastic pipes

Hello, my name is Badru Mugerwa. This is my first blog. Please tell me what you think!

My quest to solve the mysteries of Bwindi forest’s giant cows

My name is Fredrick Ssali I am a Masters’ student at Mbarara University of Science and Technology. ITFC has given me practical, financial and academic support in my studies in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. I’d like to tell you a little about my work. Cows are the largest domestic animals in areas around Bwindi and […]