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Charles Foley

Assistant Director, Tanzania Program

Wildlife Conservation Society

HQ Phone:  (718) 220-5100

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Wildlife Conservation Society

2300 Southern Boulevard

The Bronx, New York,10460

United States

Company Description

MISSION: WCS saves wildlife and wild places worldwide through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature. VISION: WCS envisions a world where wildlife thrives in healthy lands and seas, valued by societies that embrace and be...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Walter C. Sedgwick


Directors

TEP


Affiliations

Central Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Steering Committee

Member - Treasurer ( Finance sub-Committee )


Education

Ph.D.


Web References(84 Total References)


» New Tanzania mammals field guide available

luxurytravelreview.com [cached]

Part of the WildGuides, A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Tanzania (Princeton University Press, $29.95) by Charles Foley, Lara Foley, Alex Lobora, Daniela De Luca, Maurus Msuha, Tim R. B. Davenport and Sarah Durant is a 320-page paperback book published in 2014.
Charles Foley is assistant country director for the Wildlife Conservation Society in Tanzania.


www.africanconservation.org

The Director of the Tarangire Elephant Project, Dr Charles Foley who has been studying the large mammals in the park for about twenty years now, stated here on Friday that the elephant growth in the eco-system clocking at 175 mammals per year, may be the fastest in Africa, but the Jumbos' population in Tarangire is still low.
"The Tarangire Eco-system also encompasses the Lake Manyara National Park which measures a whooping 20,000 square kilometres, which means that the Jumbos' density is very low by comparison," explained Dr Foley, who is also the Assistant Director of Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) programme in Tanzania. There are about 3200 elephants in the Tarangire eco-system at the moment, taking into account the seven per cent annual increase topped onto the 2500 jumbo population counted during the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) census of 2009. Tanzania with a count of 110,000 elephants is second after Botswana (123,000), for having the largest number of Jumbos in Africa. According to Dr Foley, Selou Game Reserve with 45,000 elephants has the highest concentration of the large mammals in the country, followed by Ruaha National park with 35,000 jumbos.


Ecosystem Marketplace - Making Wildlife Pay in Northern Tanzania

www.ecosystemmarketplace.com [cached]

"During the rainy season, the park has very few animals remaining within its boundaries," notes Charles Foley, a zoologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society and researcher based in Tarangire since the early 1990's.


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• Charles Foley, Wildlife Conservation Society.
Putting PES into Practice in Northern Tanzania's Simanjiro Plains, 2004-2009.


Elephants' Struggle With Poaching Lingers On - 20-Oct-08: Poaching article

www.thenationalelephantcenter.org [cached]

A separate study by Charles Foley of the Wildlife Conservation Society, and colleagues, investigated the survival of elephant calves during extreme drought.


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