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All geckos great and small

Mark Infield blogs about the value of conserving species for oft-overlooked reasons…

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The environmental cost of your caffeine fix

Fuelled by a passion only a fellow coffee addict could fathom, Dr Stephen Browne, Fauna & Flora International’s Asia-Pacific Senior Programme Manager, gets a buzz from the most beautiful of brown brews.

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Caught in a trap: red pandas in Myanmar

Posted on: 16.11.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Jeremy Holden, renowned wildlife photographer and part time Fauna & Flora International staffer, recounts a recent trip into northern Myanmar setting traps for local fauna – although not the same traps others are setting.

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The Sea Turtler

Perla Torres, Turtle Nesting Beach Coordinator for Fauna & Flora International in Nicaragua, reflects on her experiences of marine turtle nesting beach conservation and monitoring.

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Convert or conserve? The key is in collaboration…

Posted on: 08.11.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, General

Now Conservation Partnerships Manager, Environmental Markets with Fauna & Flora International in the UK, Zoë Cullen spent two years working with communities to protect tigers and habitat in a remote area of Sumatra, Indonesia. She reflects on a project that is particularly close to her heart…

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A Quite Interesting* encounter with Stephen Fry

Posted on: 07.11.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia, FFI Australia

Stephen Fry and Tony Jones were on board to help celebrate the launch of Fauna & Flora International Australia’s new Conservation Circle group

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Pheasant fun

Posted on: 04.11.11 In: Asia-Pacific & Australasia

A recent trip to southern Vietnam gives Dr Stephen Browne an opportunity to write about his favourite subject – pheasants!

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Belize – the jewel in Central America’s crown

Posted on: 11.10.11 In: Americas, General

Rob Harris, Programme Manager for the Rapid Response Facility, recently took part in a grant monitoring trip to Belize with a colleague from UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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An African adventure

James Kirby sits on the Fauna & Flora International (FFI) Australia Advisory board. As Chief Executive of Hungerford Hill Wines, James has a clear understanding of the need for sustainable land management. It was with great personal and professional interest he and Claire Wivell Plater visited Africa to visit some of the projects FFI are involved in…

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You never forget your first time

Posted on: 26.09.11 In: 10 Years of Turtle Conservation, Americas

Alison Gunn, Programme Manager, Americas & Caribbean for Fauna & Flora International reflects on the first time she witnessed a turtle coming ashore and laying her eggs – and how far the programme has come since.

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