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Edwin J. Bosi

Program Officer

SOS Rhino

HQ Phone:  (312) 335-0868

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SOS Rhino

680 N. Lake Shore Drive Suite 807

Chicago, Illinois,60611

United States

Company Description

SOS Rhino is a non-profit, international foundation dedicated to preserving the five rhinoceros species in their natural habitats. Our conservation programs combine research, education, marketing and advocacy, all working collectively to achieve sustainable re... more

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Carlota's Borneo Holidays

www.carlotasborneo.com [cached]

DIRECTOR - DR. EDWIN J. BOSI Dr. Edwin Bosi is a qualified veterinarian from Malaysia's only veterinary school and holds a Master Degree in Philosophy from Massey University in New Zealand.He worked on the veterinary public health aspect of Red deer in New Zealand. Dr. Bosi was responsible for the survey and capture for manage breeding of Sumatran rhinoceros in Sabah in mid eighties.Dr. Bosi is keen on wildlife conservation.He has helped established and continue to establish wildlife conservation areas for oil palm companies and resorts.He is a fauna consultant for EIA projects.Currently he is the Program Officer for SOS Rhino, a US-base conservation organization, for Borneo.He is a Research Fellow with the Institute of Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah.


SOS Rhino

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Dr. Edwin Bosi, Program Officer, SOS RhinoDr. Bosi is a Malaysian residing in the State of Sabah.He is presently the Program Officer for SOS Rhino's Sumatran Rhino Program of Sabah.He was the former chief wildlife veterinarian for the wildlife department Sabah and now has a position as Research fellow at the Institute of Tropical Biology and Conservation (ITBC) of University Malaysia Sabah (UMS).He is also a wildlife consultant.Dr. Bosi has a Diploma in Animal Science (1978) and a Degree in Veterinary Medicine from Universiti Putra Malaysia (1984).He also has a Masters in Philosophy (veterinary clinical science) from Massey University at Palmerston North, New Zealand in 1992.Dr. Bosi has worked as a large and small animal clinician, veterinary quarantine and public health officer, Group Manager (Livestock) for the Rural Development Corporation Holdings limited and, officer-in-charge of the rhino and wildlife conservation committee responsible for survey, capture and ex-situ management. e-mail Dr Bosi


SOS Rhino

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By: Dr. Edwin Bosi, Program Officer, SOS Rhino Borneo
Dr. Edwin Bosi with Robert Sorenson, Deputy Director, Office of Ecology and Terrestrial Conservation, United States Department of State, Washington DC.


Save the Rhino International

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Coordinator: Nan Shaffer and Edwin Bosi, Sos Rhino


Save the Rhino International

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Dr Edwin Bosi, Program Officer of SOS Rhino Borneo, very kindly arranged for me to meet Dr Mahedi Andau, Director of the Wildlife Department on my arrival.
I did not have time to get to the core area, but was delighted to meet up with Dr Bosi again, and some of the rangers from the Rhino Protection Units, at SOS Rhino's headquarters in Dagat. Dr Bosi explained that the men were about to undertake a survey of the whole area, but that first they needed to cut transects in a fish-bone pattern across the Reserve. Volunteers from Trekforce were helping with this work, and after that the RPU teams would be out in the field looking for, and recording, any signs of rhinos - spoor, browse, dung and even the animals themselves. By now I had spent some time in Sabah's rainforests and I was full of admiration for the RPUs' rangers. The habitat is difficult to say the least: not just the heat and humidity and leeches to contend with, but the sheer difficulty of walking through primary and secondary rainforest saps the energy. Keeping motivation high is a key part of Dr Bosi's work.


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