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Asanteni sana! The creation of this guide would not have been possible without the funding provided by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service Division of International Conservation Wildlife Without Borders Program grant # 96200-9-G229. We are very grateful to Andrea Kulkarni for her beautiful illustrations. We are also grateful to Rudovick Kazwala, Alison Kent, Jonna Mazet, Woutrina Miller, Godwell Ole Meing’ataki, David Ngoseck Mollel, Harrison Sadiki, and Elizabeth VanWormer. Thanks are also due to the rangers, ecologists and warden staff from Ruaha National Park, and the community game scouts and leadership from the Matumizi Bora ya Malihai Idodi na Pawaga (MBOMIPA) Association for their continued collaboration, and for being willing and engaged participants in our first classes. Asante!

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