Some of the lengths animals go to to find a partner put human dating efforts to shame, with millions of species singing, dancing, building and even gardening to win another's affections. Here are 5 of the most impressive courtship rituals:
We celebrate International Civil Aviation Day today! The wonders of aviation mean the world is your oyster so let Frontier guide you on where to travel in spring 2017?
Winter isn't for everyone but maybe Frontier can convince you to follow the snow with our Top 5 Destinations to travel to this Winter, including Adventure Trips and Educational Trips across the globe!
There is often a lack of harmony in the human world we make for ourselves, whether it's through pollution, urbanisation or environmental neglect. But there are ecofriendly innovations that have worked to redress the balance and lessen our impact on the natural world, all while benefitting society.
Previous attempts to desperately cling to fossil fuels have covered everything from questioning the costs of clean energy to the full-blown collapse of renewable nations should there be a cloudy or still day, but now that we’re in the early days of a renewable revolution, both old myths and current efforts to keep the fossil fuel industry alive are nothing but fuelling its own demise.
A team of scientists discover a new behaviour displayed by Pilot Whales in Canada. Just like babysitting in humans, alloparental care is the care of a young animal by another adult that is not its parent, known as the alloparent. The phenomenon is common in many social animals, even fish, but this is the first study identifying it in Pilot Whales.
Interning will reward you with an increased skill set and experience within a field, so why not intern abroad?
You may have heard of the recently growing science of Eco therapy, a new idea that focuses on the mental health and wellbeing nature can provide for us. From healing drug addiction, improving social interactions, increasing academic performance and reducing depression, Eco therapy has a potential to improve many people’s lives and livelihoods.
Frontier run projects all over the world helping communities develop essential skills and leading conservation efforts of some of the world's most endangered species. But some species and communities are left out of the spotlight. Here are 5 unique projects where you can help some of these unsung animals, people and places, and have an adventure along the way:
‘Tis the season! And with it comes the season of spending. So much new stuff is bought over this festive period; upgraded tech, the latest wardrobe and tons of food, all of which leads to tons of waste. Here are 4 festive tips that can minimise your environmental impact as well as keep the cost down.
One fifth of known ocean species are categorized as Threatened by the IUCN, with the number increasing 52 times per year! But did you know only 1.2% of our oceans are protected from threats that face them today? Never before have Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) been more valuable for ocean species conservation, our Online Media Intern investigates how they work and what their future holds.
Father Christmas may bring presents but he can’t bring you these amazing experiences from only £150! See our list of Christmas volunteer projects this festive season, to have a truly life-changing gift this Christmas.
Winter is finally here, and though it may have you wanting to curl up in blankets with gallons of tea, there is some wonderful wildlife that can only be seen this time of year. So wrap up warm and get out there as these 5 animals are definitely worth braving the cold for;
Everyone knows about the conservation story of the Panda, Orangutan and Elephant, yet despite the planet current mass extinction occurring, little is discussed in the mainstream media about the less cuddly species going extinct. We investigate whether flagship species actually aid in the conservation of all threatened species.