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Rob Little attained a PhD on the behavioural ecology, management and utilisation of the Grey-winged Francolin from the University of Cape Town. Before that, he was a forester and warden of the Cathedral Peak mountain catchment reserve in the KwaZulu – Natal Drakensberg. Between 1988 and 1997, Rob coordinated the Gamebird Research Programme at the FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, UCT. Rob was the conservation director at WWF South Africa between 1997 and 2008, and played a significant role in the establishment and expansion of the Namaqua, Table Mountain and Tankwa national parks. In 2009 he was appointed manager of the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence at the Fitztitute, where he manages the research activities that use Birds as Keys to Biodiversity Conservation. Rob has published over 80 papers in peer-reviewed journals, over 100 semi-popular articles, nine book chapters and four books, namely Birds of the Natal Drakensberg Park (Southern African Wildlife Society Handbook, 1992), Birds of the Swartberg and Gamkapoort Nature Reserves (Mondi BLSA Guide 23, 1999), Gamebirds of Southern Africa (Struik 2000, 2nd edition 2011) and Terrestrial Gamebirds & Snipes of Africa (Jacana Media 2016). Rob also guest edited a special issue of Ostrich (2015, Vol. 86(1&2)) in memory of Phil Hockey and is an ongoing associate editor. Maans Booysen was previously a farmer in the North West Province of South Africa on a farm which was incorporated into what is now Madikwe Game Reserve. Maans is an expert bird guide, having lead birding groups to many sites in Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia. He has also regularly compiled bird assessments for proposed renewable energy wind farm sites, done seabird transects on marine research vessels, and participated on the birds component of National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project excursions into Angola. Maans has seen 894 bird species in southern African and has photographed 885 of those. Apart from his photographs appearing in Roberts' and other electronic bird guide mobile applications, he also has 14 photographs in Terrestrial Gamebirds & Snipes of Africa (Little, 2016, Jacana Media) and 49 photographs in Birds of Namibia (Sinclair & Komen, 2017, Struik Nature).
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