Entries in conservation (7)

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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Monday
Aug182014

Elephant Diary from Sri Lanka

I’m Kylie Butler, a PhD Candidate from the University of Newcastle, Australia. I’m beginning a fascinating research project to investigate the potential use of beehive fences to mitigate human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka. For this project, I will be collaborating with Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society (SLWCS) and also Save the Elephants.

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Wednesday
May142014

Sri Lanka Elephant Diary: Down in the Dumps

The expanding urban populations in rural suburbia are putting pressure on municipalities to create garbage dumps away from towns in pristine habitats.

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Thursday
Apr242014

Malaysia Marine Research Programme April Update

Our scuba diving and marine research project has seen a terrific start to the new season.

 

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Thursday
Apr172014

Pursuing elephants in Sri Lanka

Sam Miles volunteered on Frontier's Sri Lanka Elephant & Leopard Conservation project where he and the team were baffled by a lack of elephants in the area... Find out what happened next with this latest report from the field.

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Tuesday
Apr012014

Good news for cheetahs and wild dogs in Namibia

As part of our ongoing carnivore research and conflict mitigation efforts in central Namibia, another male cheetah (registered as individual N079) was trapped and fitted with a sponsored GPS unit in February 2014.

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Tuesday
Mar252014

Activities of the Yellow Naped Parrot in Guatemala 

The Yellow-Naped Parrot Working Group is a coalition of NGOs, universities, government agencies, ornithologists and birders formed in 2010 to protect this species and its habitat on the Pacific coast of Guatemala.

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