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In search of king whale-head

04/11/2019 09:21

Written by Philip Briggs & Andrew Roberts

Walvis Bay Lagoon: a bleak future

30/06/2019 14:55

Written by Chris McIntyre

Namibia’s oldest lagoon is on the verge of disappearing completely, writes author Chris McIntyre.

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Birding in Taiwan

19/04/2019 19:45

Written by Richard Foster

Taiwan has emerged as a key stop on the global birdwatcher's journey.

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Exmoor ponies

30/01/2019 09:00

Written by Hilary Bradt

Victoria Everleigh finds out more about these natives of the moors.

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Gorilla tourism in Rwanda

03/07/2018 09:33

Written by Philip Briggs

Put crudely, while tourism is probably integral to the survival of the mountain gorilla, the survival of the mountain gorilla is certainly integral to the growth of Rwanda’s tourist industry. 

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Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project

21/11/2017 10:55

Written by Philip Briggs

Author Philip Briggs describes the work of The Gambia’s Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Project.

 

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Saving turtles in Cape Verde

07/04/2017 12:35

Written by Aisling Irwin, Colum Wilson, Murray Stewart

Turtles are being increasingly threatened on Cape Verde. 

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Getting off the beaten track in Zimbabwe

21/07/2016 09:53

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Do you want to make your trip to Zimbabwe even more special? Check out some of its lesser-known destinations!

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Douglas Tompkins – the original ecopioneer

17/12/2015 12:44

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

Ecobaron, billionaire, trailblazer, destroyer – Douglas Tompkins was called many things in his lifetime, but he was undoubtedly one of the world's most pioneering conservationists. 

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Marine protected areas

03/12/2015 16:04

Written by Lyn Mair and Lynnath Beckley

Seychelles has the distinction of having established the first marine park in the western Indian Ocean.

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