Entries in wildlife (175)

Wednesday
May082013

Volunteer photo of the week: Sarah Watson 

Madagascar Teaching, Wildlife & Diving volunteer Sarah Watson captures the idyllic calm of the Indian Ocean in this stunning shot.

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Friday
Apr192013

Spring is in the air

Spring is in the air, despite the air feeling chilly and not Spring-like at all at times.

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Friday
Apr122013

Cheetah enrichment in Namibia

The Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project has come up with an ingenious way of keeping their cheetahs occupied - by having volunteers make false prey filled with meat treats!

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Thursday
Feb282013

Science Club Round-up

This weeks Science club articles ranging from dolphins mimicing each others calls, vampire squids, sharks that have glow in the dark lightsabers, and squirrel BFF's! We have put them all together in one easy to read place.

 

 

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Thursday
Feb072013

Asia Pulp & Paper finally give in to Greenpeace Pressure

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has finally, after a decade of pressure, agreed on a new Forest Conservation Policy in order to end its part in deforestation.

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Friday
Feb012013

January SEE Project Round-Up 

A new year on our projects has brought us many new studies in Madagascar, Costa Rica, Tanzania and Cambodia. For all of our project news please visit the Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE) website. 

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Tuesday
Jan292013

Volunteering opportunities in Tanzania

Tanzania is a fascinating country, located in East Africa. It consists of a large area of the mainland as well as three main islands: Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia.

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Monday
Jan282013

Volunteer photo of the week: Daniel Surtees

This idyllic shot comes from Daniel Surtees who volunteered on Frontier's Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure project, where beautiful lighting creates a pastel-coloured enigmatic shot of this beach. Get ready to vote for favourite January photograph over on the Frontier Official Facebook page.

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Tuesday
Jan222013

Award-winning Namibia desert elephant conservation

Frontier is pleased to announce a new initiative offering volunteers the chance to be part of pioneering conservation efforts, working on the project in the Namibian desert to reduce human-elephant conflict.

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Monday
Dec312012

Volunteer photo of the week: Carmen James

This final photo for December comes courtesy of Carmen James from Frontier's Costa Rica, Big Cats, Primates, and Turtles Conservation project. We love the idyllic scene of volunteers relaxing after a hard day of transcets and and data surveys!

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Thursday
Nov012012

Spot the Elusive: The More Unusual Creatures Found on Frontier Projects

What animals jump into your mind when you think about Africa, Indonesia and South America? Perhaps lions, orang-utans and jaguars? Many creatures are so well known that they are synonymous with certain countries but as there are around 5000 different species of mammals alone, many often get forgotten.

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Monday
Oct222012

Volunteer Photo of the Week

The penultimate Volunteer Photo of the Week for October comes courtesy of Jasmine Nash who volunteered with Frontier on our Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates & Turtle Conservation project. Why not check out more of Jasmine's great photos on the Frontier Costa Rica Facebook page.

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Wednesday
Sep262012

Animals that shouldn’t exist...but do!

Last week a baby liliger was born creating a whole new subspecies that was thought to be impossible. So astounded were we here at Into the Wild we decided to see what other out of this world hybrids we could find.

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Thursday
Sep202012

Tongue in Cheek of the Week :p :p :p

The latest cheeky chappy to feature in Tongue in Cheek of the Week!! Image courtesy of Emma Fisher on Frontier's Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary project. Lovely stuff :P

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Wednesday
Sep192012

Into The Wild Meets: Steve Leonard ('The Vet Off The Telly')

Into The Wild today speaks to vet and televisions presenter Steve Leonard. Since his first television appearance on 'Vet School' he has gone on to feature in many other productions including 'Vets in Practice', 'Orangutan Diaries' (read our interview with co-host Michaela Strachan) and 'Incredible Journeys', working for the BBC, ITV Animal Planet and Discovery. We asked him about his career so far and some of the highlights.

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