- Bangladesh diaries: tales of a trainee tiger conservationist
- Okapi camera-trapping
- Introducing the Tiger Team
- The big picture of tiger conservation
- Visiting my Chagossian heritage – Yannick Mandarin
- Bulletin ZSL Cameroon July-September, 2013
- Poaching Across The Generations
- Black Rhino Expedition in Zambia Part 2 (Elephants at lunch!)
- Black Rhino Expedition in Zambia Part 1 (Hyenas in the kitchen!)
- A Farewell from the Tobago Expedition 2013 Team
- Jack: thank you for sharing. I am a keen follower of the...
- NGALAGOU Charles: fauna conservation in our country has a long way ...
- Rob van Loon: Interesting project,the best of luck in conserving...
- Jo: Mangroves are also important fish nurseries....
- Darshan Patel: Exciting stuff! All the best in saving the okapi -...
Lost in the mangrove forests of Cameroon
Posted on July 30, 2013
Last month, the ZSL Cameroon programme was visited by two of ZSL’s mangrove experts, Heather Koldewey and Nick Hill. Their technical expertise, combined with our knowledge of the field and relying on the expertise of local partner NGOs (Watershed Task Group (WTG), Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society (CWCS), and Cameroon-Ecology), enabled ZSL to develop a vision for a conservation and livelihoods-based project in the zone. This blog entry is a brief synthesis of what we learned during the two week trip.