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Following in the footsteps of tigers

Posted on: 27.07.12 In: General, Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Jeremy Holden – field biologist, wildlife photographer and intrepid explorer – describes how it really feels to meet a tiger in the wild, and talks of the spiritual links that have formed between the people of Sumatra and their majestic neighbours.

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From little things, big things grow

As a Programme Development Officer working with Fauna & Flora International in Vietnam, Liam Walsh sees a lot of activity based around agriculture in his day-to-day work life. Here he ponders the importance of the land, the nutrients it provides and people whose lives so rely on it – and finds some joy and humility in growing his own.

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Feeling peckish? You probably won’t after this

Posted on: 05.07.12 In: General, Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Fauna & Flora International’s wildlife photographer, field biologist and adventurous snacker Jeremy Holden chews the leg off a cricket and wonders if other cultures aren’t onto something with their diverse eating habits…

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On the tiger trail – it’s a jungle out there

Experiencing first-hand the remarkable work undertaken by the Tiger Protection and Conservation Units, Mark Turner recounts his time spent on patrol in Indonesia’s Kerinci Seblat National Park.

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Swimming with sharks

Posted on: 29.06.12 In: FFI Australia, Asia-Pacific & Australasia, Marine

Mike Forsdick jumped into the deep end when he joined the board of Fauna & Flora International Australia recently – and found himself diving with grey nurse sharks…

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Hope from the sidelines at Rio+20

Rio+20, the largest UN summit ever organised has come and gone, and while feedback has generally been critical, staff from Fauna & Flora International (FFI) found a silver lining in side events.

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“Ometepe, we want you green!”

During a trip to Ometepe Island in Nicaragua, Adam Henson (Technical Director for Fauna & Flora International US) discovers why local farmers are happy to help protect the island’s natural resources…

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Conservation through dedication: an uphill battle…

Posted on: 14.06.12 In: General, Asia-Pacific & Australasia

Fauna & Flora International’s Tiger Protection and Conservation Units in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra, have long enjoyed the support of Australia Zoo. An exchange programme now underway is seeing a small group of tiger handlers from the zoo spend some time in the forest, getting to know the boys on the ground, and also the problems they face in saving Sumatran tigers in the wild. Kassie Campbell was one the first to be put through her paces…

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Office towers and trumpet trees – building greener cities

Posted on: 12.06.12 In: General, Asia-Pacific & Australasia

It may seem as though Stephen Browne, Manager of Fauna & Flora International Singapore has been seconded to the Singapore Tourism Board for his latest blog, but it’s the naturalist within that has him singing the praises of the green city and its trees.

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Youth: the next wave for change?

To mark World Oceans Day, Sarah Rakowski (Communications Officer at Fauna & Flora International) examines how youth engagement is shaping marine conservation efforts, and what this means for the future of our oceans.

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