Corinne Kendall is a field biologist working in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. She is currently studying the impacts of human activities, such as land use change, on vultures and other scavengers as part of her PhD dissertation at Princeton University.
Corinne is passionate about wildlife conservation and has been conducting field research on a variety of animals in Africa and elsewhere for the last six years. In addition, she has worked at several zoos, most recently as an educator at the Bronx Zoo.
Corinne believes that the success of wildlife conservation depends on a combination of education and research and she strives to use both in her efforts to create conservation action.