Entries in #wildlife (46)

Wednesday
Dec062017

Observing Claire's Mouse  Lemurs

An observational study was conducted earlier this year by our Wildlife Conservation Intern, Tom Lewis, who wanted to gather more information about this elusive lemur. 

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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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Thursday
Nov162017

Taking The  Plunge

I came to Madagascar with no experience of marine conservation or diving. From the moment I started my project I realised I had a lot to learn but that was okay!

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Wednesday
Oct182017

An Adventure from a forester  Perspective!

It’s always exciting visiting new areas that you can explore. And here you can fully immerse yourself into finding species on the island. Many species, that have never been described on Nosy-Be, are still being discovered here such as the recent civet-like creature we are trying to identify with camera traps.

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Thursday
Sep212017

Submerging into the underwater  World

As a dive officer in the Frontier camp in Madagascar the daily duties change from week to week bringing up new challenges. General volunteer managing and maintanance of equipment is a big part but the true interest lies the dive related activities and making sure dive training is given in a fun and safe manner.

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