A look at the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the one of the most iconic wild spaces left on our planet; the Maasai Mara.
Have you ever dreamed of taking a safari? Of spotting a distant movement through the binoculars, followed by the shuddering kickstart of a Land Rover engine as you prepare to chase an indistinguishable shadow or glimpse of fur across the grassy landscape… would you believe me if I said you could do just that? In the UK.
Jill Robinson: To the Moon and Back film tells the remarkable story of one woman’s inspirational journey to save moon bears through the creation of Animals Asia Foundation. Win a copy of the film!
Fifty years ago, one of the worst atrocities of animal welfare took place. In the largest capture of wild orcas in history, more than 90 of the marine mammals were rounded up in Penn Cove and seven young southern resident killer whales were captured using nets and explosives, then sold to aquariums. Only one of those abducted on 8th August 1970 is still alive; Lolita.
As July draws to a close; our first month of the ‘easing of lockdown’ here in the UK, it felt like a good time to reflect and share some of the cool things I’ve been involved in over these last few months, regarding wildlife and conservation communications outside of this blog…
Post-lockdown, the UK sits in an extraordinary melting pot of multiple biodiversity and environmental issues all coming together at once.
The highly competitive Whitley Awards, also known as the ‘Green Oscars’, have today announced this year’s chosen seven award winners.
Born Free Foundation celebrates 35 years, with a special gala evening and some innovative new conservation techniques.
ECOSTREAMZ is creating an ever-evolving platform providing concerned citizens of the world with a variety of media covering wildlife conservation and more.
Big names in the conservation and acting worlds have starring roles in the new The Wind in the Willows trailer – helping to bring to life the 21st century threats facing the much-loved characters from Kenneth Grahame’s children’s classic.