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Estimating the prey population of tigers in the Barandhabar Corridor

Estimating the prey population of tigers in the Barandhabar Corridor

The EDGE Fellows training course has now finished (and a fantastic time was had by all!) but we’ve still got lots of exciting stories to share with you. As part of their mini-project assignments, each of the participants wrote a blog – most about their experiences whilst carrying out the mini-projects but some more generally […]

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Some of Nepal’s Most Endangered Wildlife in 1 Day

Some of Nepal’s Most Endangered Wildlife in 1 Day

This week, here at the EDGE Conservation Tools training course we’ve been focusing our attention on Red Listing and action planning. As many of the participants are working on EDGE species that aren’t well-known to the scientific community, it’s crucial that the participants understand these processes and how their work can contribute to the wider […]

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Down River in Search of Gharials

Down River in  Search of Gharials

We escaped the classroom this weekend and went for a trip down the river. Whilst the trip down the river was wonderfully relaxing, it wasn’t all play and no work – the purpose of the trip was to survey for gharials and muggers. Four of the course participants are working on the Ganges River dolphin […]

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Conservation Tools Course Launched in Nepal

Conservation Tools Course Launched in Nepal

It’s a very exciting time for EDGE! As part of our re-designed EDGE Fellowship programme, we’re currently running a Conservation Tools training course in Nepal. After some long journeys (it took Ali, who is Kenyan but was flying from the US, four days to make it!), international and national participants have joined a team of […]

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