African Arabian Wildlife Research Centre

A note about the founders:
Chris and Tilde Stuart

Chris & Tilde Stuart are well known for the quality of their research in the books they have written. As founders of the African Carnivore Research Programme which was recently expanded to the African Arabian Wildlife Research Centre, they are involved in research on African and Arabian carnivores and endangered species and contribute, widely on the subject in both scientific journals and popular magazines. Their interest extends to threatened and endangered vertebrates, problem animal management, regional surveys, travel and photography.

They are also the authors of Southern, Central and East African Mammals: A Photographic Guide, Guide to the Game and Nature Reserves of Southern Africa, Field Guide to the Tracks and Signs of Southern and East African Wildlife, Africa: A Natural History, Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa, Field Guide: Mammals of Southern Africa, and their newest book Africa's Vanishing Wildlife.

Tilde was educated in Austria, where she received a doctorate from the University of Innsbruck.

Chris was educated in England and South Africa, receiving an M.Sc. from the University of Natal. He is a member of three specialist groups of the international conservation body, the IUCN, on cats, mustelids and viverrids, and also serves on the specialist group on reintroduction.

Africa's Vanishing Wildlife Africa: A Natural History
Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Africa
Southern, Central and East African Mammals
A Photographic Guide
Tracks & Signs
of Southern and East African Wildlife
NEW Africa's Great Wild Places

Newsletter of the African-Arabian Wildlife Research Centre
#1 January 1996 #2 May 1996 #3 May 1997 #4 October 1998

A Picture By:
Chris & Tilde Stuart

Arabian Wildlife Magazine
Chris and Tilde visited the United Arab Emirates
and have an article and 2 book reviews in this issue of Arabian Wildlife.
Wildlife experts Chris and Tilde Stuart
report on a brief field-trip to Yemen.
Africa: A Natural History
Africa's Vanishing Wildlife

Natural Emirates - Mammals
Work done in UAE during 1995
Arabian Tahr The Sand Gazelle Arabian Leopard

WildNet Africa Wildlife Books

Chris & Tilde Stuart
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Loxton 6985
South Africa
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