- Bangladesh diaries: tales of a trainee tiger conservationist
- Introducing the Tiger Team
- The big picture of tiger conservation
- Visiting my Chagossian heritage – Yannick Mandarin
- ZSL Cameroon Wildlife Wood Project Bulletin (January to March 2013)
- 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
- 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...
Teague's Tiger Tales
What’s the link between tigers and climate change?
As I’m finding out, there are many projects run by ZSL in Sumatra. It’s only since being here that I understand the scale of the work done by ZSL for Sumatran tiger conservation. It is a 21st Century operation happening out here. This is only one of the countries where ZSL work and the [...]
Caught on camera
Camera traps are one the methods that conservationists are able to find out which animals live in the areas they study. They are used globally and are an important survey and monitoring tool, they have even provided some of the first sightings some animals for example the first capture on film of the sundaland [...]
I’ll take tigers any day, these are what really scare me…
I was told no swimming in any count several times before I got to the park. Apparently there are crocodiles here. I was pretty unconcerned and looking out over the river at dusk after a sweaty day in the jungle going for a swim is very tempting. I’ve swam in the Amazon with lots [...]
The ZSL field team working in Berbak Nation Park have a lot to do including surveying and monitoring the wildlife in the park. One of the best ways to monitor wildlife is to set up camera traps and leave them for several weeks to take pictures of the wildlife that passes by. To make [...]
Living at tiger field HQ
The ZSL tiger conservation field team spend up to three or four weeks in Berbak National Park at a time, working every day from sun-up at five in the morning until five in the afternoon when it’s time to set up for the night before it gets dark. To accommodate the field team and their [...]
Treading lightly through the jungle
Travelling by boat is the easiest way to get around Berbak National Park. The ZSL field base is at a cross of two rivers as is ideally situated at the middle of the park. The jungle very dense and the team often have to walk miles through the jungle to perform their work. Today [...]