Alayne Cotterill is a wildlife biologist based in the African Savanna. Before her transition into wildlife biology and conservation research, Cotterill was a expert guide with National Geographic Expeditions. Cotterill earned a Masters of Science (MSC) in Tropical Resource Ecology from the University of Zimbabwe, where her career focus expanded beyond human wildlife conflict to include large carnivore behavior and ecology as well as endangered species conservation and wildlife economics. Cotterill is currently a PhD candidate at Lady Margaret Hall at Oxford University. She earned a B.Sc from Lancaster University in the United Kingdom.
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