Dr. Heather E. Eves is a wildlife biologist who has studied and worked in Africa since 1985. She holds a Doctorate of Forestry and Environmental Studies from Yale University''s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Dr. Eves has provided dozens of presentations and participated in conservation collaboration activities in the US, Europe and Africa including symposia of the Society for Conservation Biology, Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) technical meetings, collaboration on bushmeat issues through the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Bushmeat Working Group, presentations to European Parliament, Southern African Development Community (SADC) and contributions to hearings and briefings for the US House of Representatives. She has also made contributions to dozens of media (including radio and TV) articles on the bushmeat crisis including TIME Magazine, Science, Smithsonian, Newsweek, National Geographic, New York Times, The Grio, Current TV and many others.
She holds a Doctors of Forestry and Environmental Studies from Yale, a Master of Science in Wildlife Science with a minor in Experimental Statistics from New Mexico State University and a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from the University of New Hampshire and is also Co-Director of the Sangha River Network - a professional and academic research network based at Yale University, Council on African Studies.
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