Tawanda Tarakini
Tawanda Tarakini
Lecturer, Department of wildllife, ecology and Conservation. Chinhoyi University
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Detecting predators and locating competitors while foraging: an experimental study of a medium-sized herbivore in an African savanna
O Pays, P Blanchard, M Valeix, S Chamaillé-Jammes, P Duncan, ...
Oecologia 169 (2), 419-430, 2012
Illegal hunting and protected areas: Tourist perceptions on wild animal poisoning in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
N Muboko, E Gandiwa, V Muposhi, T Tarakini
Tourism Management 52, 170-172, 2016
Cyanide poisoning and African elephant mortality in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe: a preliminary assessment
N Muboko, V Muposhi, T Tarakini, E Gandiwa, S Vengesayi, E Makuwe
Pachyderm 55, 92-94, 2014
Flight behavioural responses to sport hunting by two African herbivores
T Tarakini, P Mundy, TUCB Tarakini, WGUCB Crosmary, HUCB Fritz, ...
South African Journal of Wildlife Research-24-month delayed open access 44 …, 2014
Drivers of diurnal rest site selection by spotted hyaenas
JNT Kushata, S Périquet, T Tarakini, M Muzamba, B Mafuwa, ...
Journal of Zoology 304 (2), 132-140, 2018
Disentangling and ranking the influence of multiple stressors on macroinvertebrate communities in a tropical river system
T Mwedzi, TG Zimunya, T Bere, T Tarakini, T Mangadze
International Review of Hydrobiology 102 (5-6), 103-113, 2017
Ecological responses of periphyton dry mass and epilithic diatom community structure for different atrazine and temperature scenarios
AT Chakandinakira, T Mwedzi, T Tarakini
Water Sa 45 (4), 580-591, 2019
Integrating local ecological knowledge for waterbird conservation: insights from Kavango-Zambezi transfrontier conservation area, Zimbabwe
T Tarakini, C Guerbois, J Wencelius, P Mundy, H Fritz
Tropical Conservation Science 11, 1940082918803810, 2018
Drivers of diversity and community structure of bees in an agroecological region of Zimbabwe
G Tarakini, A Chemura, T Tarakini, R Musundire
Ecology and evolution 11 (11), 6415-6426, 2021
Stewardship of wild and farmed edible insects as food and feed in Sub-Saharan Africa: A perspective
R Musundire, D Ngonyama, A Chemura, RT Ngadze, J Jackson, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 8, 601386, 2021
The Role of Media During COVID-19 Global Outbreak: A Conservation Perspective
G Tarakini, T Mwedzi, T Manyuchi, T Tarakini
Tropical Conservation Science 14, 19400829211008088, 2021
Host preferences, spatial distribution and interaction of oxpeckers with wild ungulates in and around southern Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe
T Tarakini, S Sithole, B Utete, VK Muposhi, D Madhlamoto, E Gandiwa
Tropical Ecology 58 (4), 833-838, 2017
Foraging behaviour of Apis mellifera scutellata and Hypotrigona gribodoi bees in monoculture and polyculture vegetable gardens
G Tarakini, A Chemura, T Tarakini, N Mashavakure, R Musundire
Proceedings of the Zoological Society 74 (3), 294-304, 2021
Trends in savannah waterbirds: protected area effect and influence of global threats on differing guilds
T Tarakini, P Mundy, H Fritz
Ostrich 91 (2), 107-117, 2020
Activity Budgets and Time Treatments of Lion (Panthera leo) Cubs under Human Imprinting at Antelope Park, Gweru, Zimbabwe
T Tarakini, F Chikerema, V Muposhi
International Journal of Molecular Ecology and Conservation 4 (1), 2014
The Ecological Processes that Underpin Ecological Restoration
T Tarakini, X Liang
International Journal of Molecular Ecology and Conservation 2 (1), 2012
Host-parasite interactions between birds and feather mites
T Tarakini, M Bastian
International Journal of Super Species Research 2 (1), 2012
Human depredation risk and flight initiation distance of birds in rural areas, Zimbabwe
E Ncube, T Tarakini
African Journal of Ecology, 2022
Management of waterbirds in a Kalahari pan ecosystem
T Tarakini, J Mundava, H Fritz, P Mundy
Fundamentals of Tropical Freshwater Wetlands, 385-415, 2022
Diet and Life-History Traits of Savannah Dwelling Waterbirds in Southern Africa: Implications for Their Conservation Status
T Tarakini, I Mabika, T Mwedzi, P Mundy, H Fritz
Birds 2 (2), 173-184, 2021
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