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2013 EDGE Conservation Tool Training Course – Becky Shu Chen

EDGE fellow Becky Shu Chen gives us her highlights from the recent EDGE training course held in Kenya. It was a great experience to join the 2013 EDGE Conservation Tools Training Course. Skills learnt on project planning & managing would substantially benefit the Chinese giant salamander Darwin Initiative project I am working on as the […]

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First video footage of 2 EDGE amphibians in the Western Ghats, India!

By Arun Kanagavel And the third month indeed proves to be lucky. Woo hooo!!! Numerous Indian movies and daily soaps that typically repeat a particular shot three times are (probably) justifiable beyond the seriousness and comic relief they portray. We now have what I think is the first video footage of two EDGE amphibians in […]

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Arm-up for conservation

EDGE Fellowship Conservation Training Course Tsavo Corridor, Kenya 2013 By Francoise Cavada Recently EDGE staff carried out a month long training course in Kenya for our new incoming EDGE fellows for 2014. In this blog new fellow Francoise talks about her experience in Kenya. Keep an eye out for introductory blogs from all our new […]

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1,200 Chinese giant salamanders released into the wild

Edge fellow Fang Yan shares news of an initiative to help the recovery of wild Chinese giant salamander populations. During 23rd September to 23rd October, the Chinese ministry of agriculture organized an activity to protect wild aquatic animals. In the first day of this activity, 1200 artificially bred Chinese giant salamanders (CGS) were released into […]

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