A big thank you goes to Eleonore and Anne, two of my French friends, who came to visit me last week in the Cederberg. Although the rain was extremely strong, the rivers overflowing and the temperatures very low for Africa, Eleonore and Anne helped me to set up some cages and to check cameras that I put in the field. We also had long discussions about the statistical software R, modelling home ranges and the different techniques to catch cats! Eleonore has just obtain her PhD from the University of Lyon in France where she studied how viruses circulate in wild cats, and Anne is in her second year of PhD and studies the South American Chagas disease, in Lyon University as well. It was great to have you here girls and thanks for your help!
The Cederberg Caracal Project thanks Eleonore Hellard and Anne Nguyen