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THE COLONIAL WHITE-BROWED SPARROW WEAVER

The core aim of this project is to advance our understanding of the causes of variation in cooperative behaviour in animal societies, using the colonial white-browed sparrow weaver in Tswalu Kalahari as a model system. The project focuses in particular on investigating two poorly understood mechanisms through which variation in cooperative motivation may arise. The programme in managed by Dr. Andrew Young of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation at the University of Exeter Cornwall Campus in the United Kingdom.

Andrew Young, BBSRC Research Fellow, Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter Cornwall Campus, Tremough, Cornwall TR10 9EZ, Tel: 0044 1326 254241, Email: A.J.Young@exeter.ac.uk

THE COLONIAL WHITE-BROWED SPARROW WEAVER

SHOULD YOU WISH TO MAKE A DONATION

Account name: Tswalu Foundation Trust
Bank: First National Bank
Branch: RMB Private Bank, Johannesburg
Address: Fredman Drive,Sandton, Gauteng
Branch / Sort Code: 26-12-51
Account number: 62336779949
SWIFT Code: Sort Code: FIRNZAJJ824

For further information, participation and/ or donations please contact Tswalu Management

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