- Bangladesh diaries: tales of a trainee tiger conservationist
- Introducing the Tiger Team
- The big picture of tiger conservation
- Visiting my Chagossian heritage – Yannick Mandarin
- Egypt Expedition – Meet the team
- The new Principles and Criteria are approved, but challenges remain
- There’s no right way to eat a rhesus
- The RSPO endorses the ZSL High Conservation Value Monitoring System
- Work with hunters on Easter Sunday but no bunnies
- Andrea: I think the statement "hunters with metal ammuniti...
- Elsa Lamb: WOW! what an adventure. So sad to see the original...
- Elsa Lamb: What wonderful work you do, I'm so proud of you Ta...
- Marcus Felson: A new center on wildlife crime. A new Symposium t...
- Marcus Felson: Increasingly criminologists are looking at wildlif...
Baby Giraffe Diaries
3.11.12 Today, the baby met his Dad Uno. It all went well and the whole family can now be seen together everyday. Mum and baby will still be separated for the night for now. Read Louise Jakobsen’s older posts in Baby Giraffe Diaries: 1. It’s a Boy! 2. Growing in Confidence 3. Posing for [...]
Posing for the camera
Jengo the baby giraffe (his name was chosen through a vote on the Zoo’s website) is getting faster and stronger every day. The other keepers and I have been taking lots of photos of him and he’s started to take notice and come right up to the camera! Read Louise Jakobsen’s older posts [...]
Growing in confidence
The baby giraffe is now a few weeks old and is getting strong on his legs, walking around the dens. He’s even started to follow the actions of the zookeepers! The baby is becoming very inquisitive, venturing right up to his keeper when the house is cleaned out in the morning. On the 2nd [...]