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Monthly Archives: September 2018

As those who follow me on Instagram will already know, on Sunday 16th September, I took part in my first (official) charity organised beach clean – the 2018 “Great British Beach Clean”, and it was awesome! For the last 25 years, thousands of volunteers have gathered at locations around the country for a weekend event of litter picking, which the charity Marine Conservation Society credits as being the biggest in the whole of… Read More

Kicking off the first “10 Fact Friday” is a cute, but not overly cuddly, Australian native – the Koala. From the early 1800’s to the 1920’s Australia’s population of koalas took a massive blow, millions were hunted and killed for their fur. Since then over 80% of their habitat has been destroyed. The Australia Koala Foundation believes there are now between 43,000 to 100,000 individual animals left in the wild. There more I researched these… Read More

Wild Voices Project

The stories of the people saving nature

Discover Conservation

Tales from the field

Dr. James Borrell

Conservation fieldwork and science communication

According to Jess

Conservation through education

Kate on Conservation

Wildlife welfare, environmental conservation and animal rights