Colin Chapman is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and
McGill School of Environment, where he holds a Canada Research Chair
Tier 1 position in Primate Ecology and Conservation, is a Killam
Research Fellow, Velan Foundation Awardee for Humanitarian Service, and
is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He is internationally
recognized for his 30+ years of research into primate ecology,
population regulation, nutrition, and disease dynamics, and for his
global contributions to conservation.
I am currently evaluating how Kibale National Park in Uganda has changed over the last few decades and using this information to put “real effective” conservation activities into place.
Being charged by 7 adult male chimpanzees who were very confused by my attempt to reintroduce a young female who had been captured and kept as a pet.