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Moving on from my last post regarding Tahlequah, the orca who carried her deceased newborn calf through the waters of the Pacific Northwest coast for 17 days, I wanted to keep my next post relevant but a bit more on the positive side. Killer whales are known to be great mums. After a 17 month gestation period, they give birth to a calf that is about 8.5 ft long and weighs around 120… Read More

On Wednesday evening I attended an interesting lecture about ape conservation at Bristol Zoo. The hour-long talk was hosted by Dr Gráinne McCabe, a Biological Anthropologist specialising in primate behaviour and ecology, and the Head of Conservation Science at the zoo. The Conservation Education Centre @ Bristol Zoo It was only the second time I had attended such a sit-down discussion, the first being the wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan ‘Animal Families and me’… 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