Last month saw the exciting announcement that the Remembering Wildlife book series, responsible for the highly acclaimed Remembering Elephants and Remembering Rhinos titles, will be dedicating
Today is National Bird Day, which has naturally started me thinking about the way we live alongside this diverse and beautiful classification of animal. We
An elephant towers above my head; just a few footsteps away a mother giraffe stands protectively over her young calf. From this vantage point I can see a closely camouflaged lioness stalking a skittish zebra. I’m not on safari in Africa though; I’m standing in the Royal Horticultural Halls in central London, surrounded by lifesized acrylic paintings of animals in their natural habitats.
Six-year-old Frankie is on a fundraising mission for Ol Pejeta Conservancy, through his campaign ‘Rhinos Up’
Educating children is the key to improving the condition of the planet for future generations. Giving them the chance to see the mistakes of the generations before them, and empowering them to not only avoid those mistakes, but improve upon them, is an incredibly powerful tool.
Virtual Reality can take students out of the classroom and into entirely new lands, environments and experiences — from global travel to outer space — and it
What equipment does a naturalist usually need? vEco’s Adviser and Ambassador (and renowned wildlife biologist and conservationist) Ian Redmond suggests a binoculars and hand lens,
I began this blog in 2011, when I was living, working and studying in Australia. I spent 14 months on the other side of the world,
Virtual reality technology is going to change the game of conservation in a huge way. I spend a lot of my time indulging in digital
The Black Mambas are a nearly all-women anti-poaching unit created to protect the rhinos of the 400km² Balule Nature Reserve, and keep poachers out of