Lately, I have found myself in a reflective state of mind. Reflecting on my work, my goals, the small successes of the campaigns I’ve joined
Tag: voice of conservation
UK Blog Awards 2016 — Kate on Conservation, Highly Commended!
Energy. Energy was flowing (even more so than the free Prosecco) as some of the best storytellers, communicators and leaders of trends gathered together in
In the spirit of Elsa, Christian and Cecil
‘Animal activist’ is never a title I’ve given myself, but it’s one that’s been applied to me on a few occasions recently and suppose in
‘Wild Neighbours’ with Sir David Attenborough and Gordon Buchanan
In hushed awe, the crowd at the Rose Theatre in Kingston listened attentively as Sir David Attenborough, legendary TV naturalist, led the way at the
A lifelong love of animals
After a busy few weeks in the grips of Summer holidays and mid summer magazine deadlines, I’ve accidentally found myself re-visiting where my passions and
Don’t Go Go Gorilla – Stay!!
So, I’ve been caught up the last few months with finishing uni with a 1st (hoorah!), publishing my last issue of BlueMoon magazine and blogging
What Happened to the Voice of Conservation…?
I started this blog on the 31st July 2011 after being inspired… or perhaps jealous… of the Voice of Conservation winners. For two consecutive years
Shamwari Conservation Experience on Facebook
Whilst Born Free Foundation and Shamwari Game Reserve have had their own Facebook pages for some time now (of which – of course – I
Conservation vs. Tourism
Tourism. This is where my mind has wandered to this week. Now, it’s a big debate as to whether tourism helps or hinders wildlife conservation
The Julie Ward Case
For those of you who don’t know, I’m currently living in Australia as part of a study abroad year for my degree, so English news