- 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
- In search of the Mangarahara cichlid
- Guns and caterpillars. Too much of one, too few of the other.
- Bulletin ZSL Cameroon July-September, 2013
- Poaching Across The Generations
- Black Rhino Expedition in Zambia Part 2 (Elephants at lunch!)
- 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 -...
A fungal ‘superbug’ causes global amphibian declines
Find out how ZSL scientists discovered the link between the frog trade and a killer fungus seriously effecting amphibians worldwide with Frog Blog My name is Rhys and I am a postgraduate student at Imperial College London and the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). For the past two years I have been studying a [...]
Meet the Mountain Chicken
Meet one of the largest frogs in the world – as well as one of the most endangered. Frog facts: Mountain chicken frogs (Leptodactylus fallax) are one of the largest frogs in the world, weighing in at over 2lbs. Currently, the species is only found in Montserrat.It was once the traditional national dish of Dominica [...]
Natterjack toads and the chytrid fungus
Scientists are racing against time to create a more complete picture of a killer fungus which has been linked to declining amphibian species around the world. Research projects run by ZSL’s scientists are working to understand the effect of the disease, how the deadly disease is spread and which species are most at risk in [...]
Secret locations, boiler suits and health checks…
… welcome to the intriguing, but extremely important world of amphibian conservation! Amphibians are facing a global extinction crisis, but you may not know that we’re losing species on our very own doorstep. One example is the pool frog, which disappeared from English ponds in the 1990s. We were asked to take part in a [...]