Thursday
Jan052017

As the Sun Sets on 2016

2016 has been a year of magical moments and amazing achievements.We valiantly rose to every conservation challenge, we opened our arms to all animals orphaned, injured and seeking sanctuary solace, we GPS collared magnificent carnivores, we released where we could back into the wilds plus much more!

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Thursday
Jan052017

Using Drones To Mitigate Human-Elephant Conflict - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation

The field staff have embarked on a new pilot research project to determine how drones can be used to reduce deadly human-elephant conflicts in villages and fields adjacent to the Wasgamuwa National Park; home to hundreds of wild Asian elephants that live in close proximity to people.

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Friday
Dec232016

A Good year For Conservation Volunteering - Australia & New Zealand Projects

Although 2016 hasn't been flowing with optimism, it's been good news for volunteering! Frontier volunteers went out to help with essential conservation projects across Australia and New Zealand and to give you an idea of how much they helped here are some stats Frontier volunteers contributed to:

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Friday
Dec232016

The Perfect End To 2016! - Black Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project 

2016 has been a year of highs and lows on our Zimbabwe Elephant & Rhino project. With the deaths of our cherished Tatenda and Kutanga, we were hoping for good news to end the year, and it couldn't have got much better than the birth of a new healthy baby black rhino!

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Friday
Dec022016

Night Time Bull Behaviour Study: Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation

At night the Bulls behaviour changes completely from in the day time. It's an exciting time for observing the elephants here in Sri Lanka. Hormones are raging and the bulls are starting to fight for the reproductively active females. Bulls are observed forming alliances and coalitions against dominant bulls.

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Friday
Dec022016

Bull Behaviour Study: Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation

It's an exciting time for observing the elephants here in Sri Lanka. Hormones are raging and the bulls are starting to fight for the reproductively active females. Bulls are observed forming alliances and coalitions against dominant bulls. Watc the video to see them in action!

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Friday
Dec022016

Wildlife Sightings: South Africa Wildlife Conservation Project 

Here are the top five wildlife sightings on our South Africa Wildlife Conservation Project posted by guests and our staff on social media networks.

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Wednesday
Oct192016

Rescued Hatchlings - Cape Verde Turtle Conservation 

A few weeks ago the rangers on our Cape Verde Turtle Conservation Project were patrolling one of the beaches when they found a section completely covered in trash. As they were passing it they took a closer look and found one hatchling, still alive, struggling through the rubbish in its quest to reach the oceans.

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Friday
Oct142016

Two Amazing Hands On Weeks - Namibia Wildlife Sanctuary & Conservation

Read volunteer Matt Dodds testimonial from spending two weeks on our Namibia Wildlife Conservation & Sanctuary Project

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Thursday
Oct132016

My Heart Warming Zimbabwean Experience - Black Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project 

Read volunteer Karla Groombridges testimonial from our Black Rhino & Elephant Conservation Project in Zimbabwe

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Thursday
Sep292016

EleVETS - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

Project EleVETS is being developed on our Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project to provide veterinary care for captive elephants that work within the tourist industries

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Tuesday
Aug232016

Women Empowered - South Africa Wildlife Conservation Volunteer & Game Ranger Internship

WOMAN EMPOWERED: Natalie Koch of Northern Ireland is back volunteering on the South Africa Wildlife Conservation Project in the Eastern Cape, for a second time this year.

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Thursday
Jul282016

Releasing Bears Into The Wild - Florida Animal Rescue Project 

There's been some great release stories from the Florida Animal Rescue project. Find out whats been happening with the release of bear cubs this year through the "Bear Freedom" Project.

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Thursday
Jul282016

New Beehive Project - Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

The beehive project is up and running! However there is a lot of monitoring which needs to be done and volunteers on the project are given the choice to assist with this once a week.

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Wednesday
Jul132016

June Research Blog - South Africa Orca Conservation Project 

Find out what our South Africa orca conservation project have been getting up to in the month of June. There's been lots of new developments on the project during this change in season and plenty more research being carried out

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Tuesday
Jul122016

Volunteer Review - Tanzania Medical & Healthcare Project 

I have just returned back from an amazing month in Tanzania. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, the team leaders were very friendly and helpful and I learnt a great deal from my volunteer placement at the hospital.

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Friday
Jun172016

South Africa Sports Coaching - 500 Youth March Against Crime 

“The  children  are the future”‐ Youth in Nelson Mandela Bay march together against violence and crime in their communities, handing over a petition with their demands to the Mayor’s office.

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Friday
Jun172016

Brazil Teaching & Community Project - A Day In The Life Of 

Volunteering life here at the project, isn't always easy, though always extremely
rewarding. Here Hannah Furby documents a usual day in the morning shift

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Wednesday
Jun152016

Australia Ethical Conservation Experience 

Our Australia Ethical Conservation Experience project supports the recovery of threatened species by providing practical on-ground action to conserve Australia’s unique plants and animals in line with approved recovery plans.

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Monday
May092016

Hop on the Elebus! Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project 

It's beautiful. It's educational. It saves lives...and it's the world's first EleFriendly Bus from our Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation Project

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