The Wildlife Blogger Crowd is a positive, uplifting space for wildlife and nature bloggers to share posts, join discussions and support other content creators.
Ahead of Virtual Birdfair 2020, take a look back at the Next generation conservation debate: Should Nature Work for Us Or Should We Work for Nature?
I got to speak with the team at Elephant-Human Relations Aid (EHRA) Namibia about their PEACE Project to help communities to co-exist with desert elephants.
Have you thought about starting a blog? Have you wondered how a wildlife blog or conservation blog could make a difference in building a career in wildlife conservation or science communication?
Wildeverse is a narrative-driven game based on real animals living in the wild today, and the people working to protect them; bringing real apes Fio, Buka, Chilli and Aida living in the wilds of Congo and Borneo into your home.
In this World Wildlife Day guest blog post, the European Space Agency: Space Solutions share three important ways that space technology is being utilised to protect and conserve wildlife populations and their habitats.
My top 10 wildlife bloggers of the year. To honour the fantastic work of those bloggers whose passion and quality of work has inspired me throughout the year, I’d like to encourage my readers to support this community and take some time to get to know the work of each of my top 10 wildlife bloggers to look out for in 2020.
This month is Secondhand September. The aim is to ditch our quick-fix shopping habits for new clothing for one whole month and shop secondhand.
ECOSTREAMZ is creating an ever-evolving platform providing concerned citizens of the world with a variety of media covering wildlife conservation and more.
The key to holding zoos and safari parks accountable in their standards of care — today and for years to come — is to encourage the general public, especially youngsters, to see the benefit of ensuring all animals held in captivity receive good care and welfare.