Entries in #conservation (49)

Thursday
Jan182018

A New Life In The Tropical  Jungle

Hey I’m Lucie, Frontier’s new Marine Assistant ResearchOfficer at camp in Madagascar! Over the last few days I’ve been familiarising myself with camp life, met all of the other members of staff and volunteers and started training for the invertebrate and reef fish surveys.

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Wednesday
Jan102018

Christmas and New Year on the  Beach!

I didn't know what to expect when I booked a trip abroad to spend Christmas and New Year with a group of strangers in a remote location across the world.

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Wednesday
Dec132017

The Ultimate  Rainforest

Coming to Madagascar and living at camp is a quite difference experience from life at home. You sleep in a sleeping bag on a mat on the floor and the toilet is a long drop, a hole in the ground. It can take a while to get used to it but after some time it is actually ok and you start to appreciate small things in the everyday life here. Like having a shower and seeing the rainforest at the same time!

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Wednesday
Nov292017

Sea  Turtles

On our marine program in Nosy Be we are lucky to see sea turtles daily. There are few marine creatures that make your heart beat like turtles. Not only do they possess a majestic beauty. The sea turtles’ curious eyes scrutinize your every move and the meeting quickly becomes more than just an underwater observation.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Beach Cleans on Nosy  Be

Beach cleans are a big part of our beach conservation here at Nosy Be, where we do our bit to tackle the issue of marine litter.  Sadly, pollution is a huge problem in our oceans, particularly plastics and other rubbish.

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