Born and raised in Mauritius, Denis Li initially went to Toulouse, France to study medicine but in the end, found himself in biology and ecology, earning a master’s degree in biodiversity management. After an internship with the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, he decided to pursue a career in conservation, saving endangered species (instead of people) in his country. He spent the following 11 years with the MWF, working on Pink Pigeons and other bird projects but mostly with the Mauritius Kestrel, which was his first conservation interest. Since September 2019, Denis has been working for Ebony Forest Reserve, where his scope of work has broadened from species focused projects to more holistic ecosystem restoration work.
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