Mr Admire Chanyandura

Admire Chanyandura is a multidisciplinary researcher whose keen research interest lies in conservation ecology, conservation genetics, behaviour of mammalian herbivores, foraging ecology, spatial ecology and restoration ecology. Admire has extensive experience in field research work. Admirer’s multidisciplinary approach in biodiversity conservation helps to generate innovative and creative insight to help conservation assure its relevance and impact in the 21st century and beyond.

His M.Phil study is focusing on Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) and White rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum) conservation matrix in Zimbabwe. Admire is a member of many reputable local and international conservation groups including the British Ecological Society, The Water Network among others.

Admire`s publications

  1. NYAZIKA, T. P., ZISADZA-GANDIWA, P.,CHANYANDURA, A., & GANDIWA, E. (2017). Influence of fire frequency on woody vegetation structure and composition in Lake Chivero Recreational Park, northern Zimbabwe. Tropical Ecology58(3), 583-589.
  2. Cheryl T. Mabika, Phillip T. Kuvawoga, Admire Chanyandura, Lovelater Sebele and Ronald Chipere . Elephant trophy quality patterns and trends in selected Safari areas in the mid-Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe. (2016) Annals of Social and Behavioural Sciences 2 ISSN: 2415-0851.
  3. Muposhi, V. K., Chanyandura, A., Gandiwa, E., Muvengwi, J., Muboko, N., Taru, P. and Kupika, O. L. 2014. Post-release monitoring of diet profile and diet quality of reintroduced African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in Umfurudzi Park, Zimbabwe. Tropical Conservation Science, 7 (3): 440-456