Moses is an ecologist with experience, interest and working knowledge in wildlife ecology, forestry and conservation of vertebrates. He hold a BSc in Forestry from The Copperbelt University (Zambia), an MSc in Wildlife Management and Conservation from University of Reading (United Kingdom) and a PhD in Ecology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa). Moses is currently working at The Copperbelt University where he teaches Principles of Ecology, Biometry, Wildlife Ecology and Wildlife Resources Assessment to undergraduate students. He also teaches Ecological Sampling Techniques and Biodiversity and Poverty Alleviation Courses to postgraduate students. Since 2007 to date, Moses has been involved in many environmental consultancy projects ranging from agricultural, forestry, mining, water and sanitation and dam construction.
Moses is a qualified ringer and has ringed a total of 840 birds (175 species). He is passionate about contributing to: 1) informed and consistent scientific information on African vertebrates and plants that could be used for long-term conservation; 2) champion fair trading practices in natural resources by ensuring that buyers and sellers comply with set international standards, practices and regulations especially in endangered species of flora and fauna; and 3) share his passion and knowledge with students, colleagues and the general public on Zambia's wildlife and vegetation! We are delighted to have Moses on the team, with his supportive, knowledgeable and passionate influence.