A fascinating, freely available new film follows a dedicated team of local and international researchers as they study dwindling rainforest fragments in remote northern Madagascar. It showcases the team’s struggles […]
Expedition Angano is a scientific expedition bound for Madagascar which aims to improve our understanding of species communities at forest edges and to help prioritize forest areas for future conservation efforts. The involvement of local Malagasy citizens and university students will help to build local capacity for conservation.
For even the most indulgent wildlife enthusiasts remembering the diversity of life, and its species components, is often difficult. It is definitely a case of when more information goes in […]
All too often we hear of the doom and gloom surrounding biodiversity loss and environmental destruction, be it how many acres of rainforest we are losing per second, or how […]
Guest post by Katelyn Dick (Project Seahorse) Who wouldn’t be excited to spot a seahorse in the wild? They’re fascinating, mysterious, and compared to other fish they look pretty unusual. […]
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You may or may not have heard of the term ‘umbrella species’ before? A couple of definitions include: “A wide-ranging species whose requirements include those of many other species” “The […]
Click here to read Part 1… During the winters of 2012 and 2013 I spent a total of 10 weeks exploring a vast wadi system in the Dhofar Province of […]
During the winters of 2012 and 2013 I spent a total of 10 weeks exploring a vast wadi system in the Dhofar Province of Oman; known as Wadi Sayq. The […]
There is increasing demand for protected areas to achieve poverty reduction in addition to biodiversity conservation. However, given the increasing reliance of rural communities on natural resources and the unpredictable […]