Entries in #environment (6)

Tuesday
Mar142017

Let Me Tell You About The  Longdrop

The longdrop. Everyone has stories to tell about the longdrop. Visits to the toilet on camp can require a bit of thought and preparation but squatting in the forest has its perks.

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Tuesday
Mar142017

Cyclone Enawo Reaches  Camp

This week cyclone Enawo reached Madagascar bringing plenty of rain and wind to Nosy Be, which luckily was only on the fringes of the tropical storm and so was not hit as hard as other parts of the country.

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Tuesday
Mar072017

Staff Profile - Sanne Govaert

At camp they call me the “bug-lady” because I love insects. I must admit I like that nickname...

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Tuesday
Jan312017

Wildlife On The Madagascar Camp

On Frontier camp, the rainy season has well and truly set in and we have seen a rise in many species that we hadn't yet sighted around two months ago when I arrived on the Forest project.

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Monday
Jan092017

She Can Run. And She Can Hide!

When you are on a frontier project for a long time, you have a lot of people coming and going. Mostly it’s the volunteers but sometimes it happens with roommates as well.  In this climate of change, there is however one constant: Nibbles.

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