Swapnil Kumbhojkar, Reuven Yosef & Piotr Tryjanowski
Swapnil Kumbhojkar is a doctoral student and founder of Jhalana Wildlife Research Foundation. His principal research is on the human–leopard interface in the Jhalana Reserve Forest. He is a certified Game Ranger in Kruger National Park, South Africa, and has worked as a research assistant on carnivore conservation projects in Namibia and Peru. An enthusiastic wildlife photographer, he conducts wildlife photography workshops and leads nature expeditions.
Reuven Yosef is a professor at Ben Gurion University at Eilat, Israel, and Savitribai Phule Pune University, India. Reuven is an avid bird-ringer and his interests lie in wildlife and behavioural ecology, avian migration and stop-over ecology, and human–wildlife interactions.
Piotr Tryjanowski is a professor at and director of the Institute of Zoology, Poznan University of Life Sciences. His research interests span ecology and environmental sciences as well as human–wildlife interactions.