Aman S Kitegile


  • Rovero, R. Mtui, A. Kitegile, A. Jacob, P. Araldi, A.Tenan, S.  (2015). Primates Decline Rapidly in Unprotected Forests: Evidence from a Monitoring Program with Data Constraints. PLoS ONE, Volume 10(2): e0118330.doi:10, 1371/journal.pone.0118330.

  • Rovero, F., Mtui, A., Kitegile, A. Martin R. Nielsen (2012). Hunting or habitat degradation? Decline of primate populations in southern Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania: an analysis of threats. Biological Conservation, Volume 146, pg. 89-96.
  • Davenport, T.R.B, De Luca, W.D, Jones, T, Mpunga, N.E, Machaga, S.J, Kitegile, A, and Phillips, G.P. 2008. The Critical Endangered Kipunji  Rungwecebus kipunji  of Southern Tanzania; First Census and Conservation status assessment, Fauna and Flora International, Oryx. 42 (3): 357-359.
  • Rovero, F., Mtui, A., Kitegile, A. Nielsen, M and Jones, T (2010). Udzungwa Scarp Forest Reserve in Crisis; An Urgent call to protect one of Tanzania’s most important forests. Dar es Salaam; 2010. Available:,USFRReportFinalHighRes.pdf.
  • Kitegile, A. Muganda, M. Modest, R.B. Assessment of Population Status of Elusive bird species Sokoke pipit (Anthus sokokensis) in Zaraninge Forest, Tanzania. Proceeding for the 8th TAWIRI Scientific Conference, 2013.
  •  Impact Assessment of Rare Earth Element Exploration on Primates at Wigu Hills, Montero Mining, Wigu Hill Project (2011).
  • Re-evaluation (following 2005 study) of Impact of human disturbance through deadwood collection on the Biodiversity of Mwanihana forest, Udzungwa Mountains National Park:  For World Wide Fund (WWF) –Tanzania Programme Office (2008).
  • Habitat Use and Conservation Status of Black and White colobus and Blue Monkeys in the Amani Nature Reserve, Tanga- Tanzania. University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. MSc Thesis (2006).
  • Francesco Rovero, Paul Banga and Amani Kitegile. The newly- established Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre in The Udzungwa Mountains. Proceeding for the sixth TAWIRI Scientific Conference, 3rd-6th December, 2007.  Held at Arusha International Conference Centre, Arusha, Tanzania. Pp 262-267.