This year I had the opportunity to travel to Congo-Brazzaville to conduct my field research for my thesis. It was a unique experience to get to know a new culture and learn about the conservation efforts that are being carried out in this region. It was my first time in Africa and the first time I had the opportunity to see elephants in the wild. My research mainly focused on the Tsoulou Reserve and its surroundings. A beautiful place of great biological importance for its high level of biodiversity.
This trip has been very enriching and has allowed me to expand my experience internationally and learn about the management of the protected area. None of this would have been possible without the support of the faculty of environmental sciences and the "save elephants" foundation.