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Daniel Konzin is a passionate nature conservationist who has knowledge and experience in biodiversity research and Human Wildlife Conflicts strategies development. He is curently persuing Master of Philosophy degree in Wildlife Management at University of Cape Coast. He has been the principal investigator for these projects, “Assessment and Conservation of threatened Crocodiles Mecistops cataphractus and osteolaemus tetraspis in Southern Ghana” and “Status and Distribution of Crocodiles and Pangolins in Kakum Conservation Area, Cape Coast, Ghana” sponsored by The Rufford Foundatation and Earthwatch Institute via the Shulman Awards respectively. Daniel serves as the consultant for alternative livelihood programmes for the organisation such as bee keeping. He is currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy (Wildlife Management) programme at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).