Caspian Johnson

Caspian is a lecturer in Conservation Science at the Bristol Zoological Society, Bristol, UK. He has worked in Tanzania, Indonesia, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon, often with a focus on primates. His overarching interest is applied conservation that is informed by scientific research. After obtaining his PhD, Caspian was Programmes Coordinator for Selamatkan Yaki, a Conservation NGO in Indonesia, where he worked with the crested black macaque. Now, with Bristol Zoological Society he leads the Society’s Giraffe Conservation Project, and is expanding his applications of remote sensing in wildlife monitoring by using drones to detect and survey large mammals in savannah habitats.