- 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 -...
Wildlife Wood Project Cameroon
Bulletin ZSL Cameroon July-September, 2013
We’re very excited to announce that the 3rd edition of the Bulletin ZSL Cameroon is now out and ready for you guys! Read about ZSL’s work with the palm oil industry and how we’re working towards sustainable practices. Or learn about SMART meeting cybertracking! Bulletin july to sept 2013 english v3
Poaching Across The Generations
Bulletin ZSL Cameroon April-June, 2013
The 2nd edition of the Bulletin ZSL Cameroon for your reading pleasure! Read more about the SMART program that can help managers fight poaching, using science to assess the distribution of the forest elephant, and how the motorbike is a new tool to help poachers access the forest.
On the road again
This month, the Wildlife Wood Project spent almost two weeks in the field working closely with certain communities. Our partner NGO, Association de Terre et Vie (ASTEVI), has been working with the ZSL since 2009 on general outreach and communications. This year, with the development of a community surveillance network that will implicate communities in [...]
Oldies but goodies
Approximately four years ago, ZSL was able to capture a lot of data proving that the forest is, indeed, teeming with wildlife! Here we revisit some photos taken by our camera traps to discuss wildlife management challenges and possibilities in Cameroon.