My title is Cécile Richard-Hansen, and I am glad to affix the editorial board of Wildlife Biology as a brand new Topic Editor. I sit up for contribute to the event of neotropical matters within the journal!
After a PhD targeted on mountain Ungulates in France (Toulouse College), all my profession was then devoted to neotropical forests and wildlife of French Guiana.
I performed initiatives on harvested, protected, or endangered species’ ecology (White lipped peccary, Tapir, Black Curassow, Big Otter), large-vertebrates group and habitat relationships, impression of looking on wildlife and ecosystem functioning.
I have been working for very long time on the French Biodiversity Company (OFB), working and dwelling for 30 years within the tropical abroad division of French Guiana.
I’m a part of Tapir, Curassows and Peccaries IUCN SSC Specialist Teams, in addition to the COMFAUNA group (Comunidad de Manejo de Fauna Silvestre en América Latina/ Wildlife Administration in Latin America Group) and the Joint Analysis Unit EcoFoG (Ecology of Guianan Forests)
Outdoors of labor, I take pleasure in spending time with my daughter, strolling and mountaineering in pure environments, paddling with pals and touring.