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Frontier's Research Newsletter - Autumn, 2015 


‘From spay and neuter clinics in Fiji, to the tracking of mammals in Costa Rica and  the development of new scientific frameworks in Tanzania, it has been an exciting few months on our projects.

Welcome to the Frontier Science Newsletter, which highlights our key projects, based around terrestrial and marine conservation and their associated teaching and community projects. These are the projects that Frontier has set up and manages on a day to day basis.

Each quarter Frontier publishes a scientific report detailing the current findings on our projects and discussing the results in light of key conservation issues. These can all be found in the publications section of our website. This newsletter is designed to introduce you to each of the projects and details our current activities and impacts in the field.

The newsletter also provides an insight into a few of Frontier partner projects, with over 350 of these projects this is just a taste of the work Frontier supports and the projects that you could be a part of. The impact of Frontier’s activities on the conservation of wildlife and support provided to local communities over this past research period has been extensive, and we would love for you to be a part of this in the coming months or years.

In addition to knowing you have made a difference to the conservation of wildlife and to the lives of local people, on Frontier’s projects you can gain key skills needed to help you in your chosen career, carry out your own research project, or even gain associated qualifications, such as a BTEC in tropical habitat management, dive and TEFL qualifications.

If you like what you read then please do not hesitate to give us a call on 020 7613 2422 or email info@frontier.ac.uk to discuss the options in more detail

Frontier runs conservationdevelopmentteaching and adventure travel projects in over 50 countries worldwide - so join us and explore the world!

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