Antelope Advocate Works Beyond Borders

Mar 3, 2017

 

The hirola - the world's most endangered antelope.
Credit JRProbert via Wikimedia Commons

  


Dr. Ali Abdullahi  knew that he wanted to work with wildlife when he visited the Masai Mara reserve in his home country of Kenya. He earned a PHd from the University of Wyoming's ecology department, and embarked on an effort to save the hirola - the world's most endangered antelope. Wyoming Public Radio's Alanna Elder spoke with Dr. Ali about his work.