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Olivier Nesengimana

Promote the breeding programmes and the release of Rwanda’s endangered grey crowned- cranes as part of a plan to increase Conservation .
Olivier he works as a veterinarian with the, world – famous Gorilla Doctors ,
and as a scientist conducting disease surveillance in wild animals . Committed to wildlife
Conservation he save the grey crowned –crane .

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I had had the change to meet him is his field Lab.
45 grey crowned – Crane are realesed in January in the National Park
There are 300-500 grey croned- cranes left into the wild in Rwanda .One of the steps Olivier
Plan to save the endangered species is to tag the cranes currently owned as pets.
Thank you Olivier for your wonderful work and it was great to meet you personal in your field lab with the Cranes .
-> See pictures :-)