One of our youngest members, Nadezhda Arylova of the Russian Republic of Kalmykia, has just been awarded the Sidney Byers Scholarship for Wildlife Conservation for her studies on non-invasive methods on saiga antelope population monitoring (part of one of the ICCS projects). Nadezhda is a Ph.D. candidate in Biological Sciences at the A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow.
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