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Introducing EDGE Fellow: James Mougal

Bouzour! (Hello!) I’m James Mougal from the Seychelles archipelago, a group of 115 islands off the east coast of Africa, above Madagascar. I work for the Seychelles National Park Authority, a semi-autonomous body responsible for the management of national terrestrial and marine parks and act as an advisory to the Ministry of Environment and Energy […]

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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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Field survey workshop for the Chinese giant salamander in Fanjingshan

Guest Blog: EDGE Fellow Lv Jingcai talks about a recent workshop for the Chinese giant salamander held in China The field survey workshop of a sustainable future for wild Chinese giant salamanders (CGS), held in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve (FNNR), Guizhou province, China. From 6th to 15th of May 2013, the CGS field survey training […]

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A flying start to saving pygmy three-toed sloths

EDGE Fellow Diorene isn’t afraid to wade up to her chest in search of a sloth! Read her latest blog about her adventures in Panama: My country, Panama, is small but it has a great amount of biodiversity. And I cannot imagine being out of contact with my country’s nature and wildlife. Since I was a […]

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Giant salamander conservation in China

Meet Fang Yan and Lv Jingcai, two EDGE Fellows who will be researching the Chinese giant salamander (CGS) in their home country of China. Found in much of central, south-western and southern China, the CGS lives in habitats of fast flowing streams and mountain lakes at altitudes of up to 1500m. It is the world’s […]

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