In search of the world’s least-known crocodile – Rikki Gumbs

I jumped up in panic, still hazy from the night before. “What time is it?!” “Oh God, I’m gonna be late! My flight is in 3 hours!! I haven’t even packed!” Not the best way to start a project visit. I had ample time to dwell on my idiocy as the tube crawled along the […]

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ZSL EDGE of Existence and National Geographic Launch New Nat Geo Photo Ark EDGE Fellowships

For thousands of creatures living on Earth, time is running out. Although our planet’s wildlife and wild places are disappearing at an alarming rate, most threatened species still receive little or no conservation funding. To help save wildlife and sound the alarm for lesser-known species at risk, the EDGE of Existence programme at ZSL and […]

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EDGE Fellows descend on London for the EDGE Leadership Course!

Earlier this month our 2016 cohort of EDGE Fellows flew all the way to London, UK, to visit ZSL for their Conservation Leadership course. Their two year Fellowships have flown by, and now is the time to begin their journey as future conservation leaders in their countries. The Conservation Leadership course helps to give them […]

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Conducting Research in The Misty Mountain Cold Forest of Madagascar!

My name is Sylviane Rakotozafy and I’m an herpetologist devoting to conserve amphibians and reptiles in Madagascar. Here in this blog, I am going to drive you s omewhere in Madagascar. I suppose that everybody knows Madagascar is a country rich in biodiversity with many wonderful species found nowhere else on Earth. But in the […]

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ZSL EDGE of Existence expedition in Cuba

The Erasmus Darwin Barlow Conservation programme aims to give conservationists of the future new skills and experiences, by funding two places each year to join a ZSL EDGE of Existence expedition. The expeditions are named in tribute to the late Dr Erasmus Barlow, a Founder Fellow and key contributor to the Society in his role […]

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