We are glad to announce Paul Meek as member on our board of international advisors and our Australian connection! Paul has spent most of the last 25 years working as an Ecologist and Researcher around Australia with short forays overseas studying shrews in Malaysia and Austria and Pallas’ Cat and small mammals in Hustai Biosphere […]
Last week, Mohammad Farhadinia of the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS) shared with us the amazing news and footage of a mother Asiatic cheetah and her rare three cubs, captured in Miandasht, in Northeastern Iran.
The World Wilderness Congress, now the world’s longest-running, public conservation project and environmental forum, has humble beginnings. Ian Player and his Zulu mentor Magqubu Ntombela were sitting on the banks of the Imfolozi River in 1974. As a team, they had guided many small trips into the African wilderness. For 8 years they lead groups […]
Tigers aren’t known for being accommodating, but a new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicates that the carnivores in Nepal are taking the night shift to better coexist with humans. Read more of this article. And more: To Know a Tiger Is at Least to Start Tolerating Them, Study Shows