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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…
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.
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.
In his role as Programme Manager for the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP), Stuart Paterson has come across some pretty heroic characters. Here, he explains how the CLP’s learning exchanges help alumni share their superpowers.
To believe or not to believe? That is the question explored by field biologist and wildlife photographer Jeremy Holden in his latest blog.
Edita Magileviciute has been tasked with developing Fauna & Flora International’s new marine programme in Eurasia. Here, she takes readers on a trip to Turkey, whose sparkling waters hide a multitude of problems.
Jose Harnett, from Fauna & Flora International’s Australia office, headed to the University of New South Wales to teach some students a lesson or two about recycling…
To help raise awareness of the world’s threatened trees, Fauna & Flora International will be publishing a ‘Remarkable Trees’ series of blogs covering tales of some of our favourite arboreal species. Here, David Gill (Programme Officer for the Global Trees Campaign) plants the seed…
Taking a well-earned rest during their trans-continental journeys, many exotic migratory birds are stopping off in Belize. Here, Sergio Rejado Albaina explains how local bird clubs are making the most of the opportunity.
If you thought life in the jungle sounded glamorous, prepare to think again. In his latest blog, wildlife photographer and field biologist Jeremy Holden tells of encounters with some of the rainforest’s less alluring inhabitants: parasites.