Tags » Conservation

Save the tiger: Countries that don’t survey their tigers risk losing them

Source: The Independent

Published on 29th July, 2014 by Jonathon Porritt

Global experts reckon that the wild tiger population has dropped by 97 per cent since 1900. 834 more words


Environmental NGO paddles to save Malaysia’s coastline

Source: The Rakyat Post

Published on 27th July, 2014

MNS member Hari Raju will be kayaking alone from Kelantan’s border with Thailand to Perlis, with his trip ending in Langkawi within two months. 311 more words


Treasures from Matang Mangrove Forest Reserve

Source: My Sinchew

Published on 26th July, 2014 by MyKampung

The Matang Mangrove Forest is 400km2 in size, covering estuaries of several rivers include Kuala Larut and Sungai Sangga Kecil. 1,056 more words


Too much biodiversity - time to let some species die out

Conservationists would have us believe that the earth is losing species at an alarming rate and that evil humanity is to blame and therefore more and more species must be protected by “freezing” them into an unnatural existence. 366 more words


West Bailey, Corfe, Day 5 The Burial Ground

A day to take photographs, make scale drawings and polish the archaeological record. This will be the residue of our days once the trenches ..and eventually we are gone. 1,113 more words


Lingua Bovine

 “Milk the cow but do not pull off the udder” Greek Proverb

Have you ever been licked by a Cow? I was last week.

I was filling up their water trough when one of the calves decided to lick my arm.Strange feeling : wet and soft – kind of as expected- but then very abrasive like sandpaper.


Garden Route Shorebird Conservation Project

Support important coastal conservation research to save birds & beaches in South Africa!
You can help turn our results into effective solutions protecting shorebirds and coastal habitats, to reduce impacts of major threats and keep our beaches healthy.

Read more…