New videos from WILD9!

This week we posted a handful more videos from WILD9 – all on connectivity. Connecting protected areas is critical for biodiversity and ensures ecosystem health at a functional scale. Wednesday at WILD9 (11 November 2009) focused on “Connecting WILD Nature.” Now...

WILD Scots

Scotland has its own type of wild-ness. I love it — lived there for 10 years in my 20’s and 30’s, and my children were born there. Though I knew it was time to go, I wept when I left the glens, shores and hills of the Highlands. During that time I realized that...

Tranboundary Wildlife Corridor in Australia

A press release last Friday from the government of the Northern Territory of Australia officially announced its commitment to a transboundary conservation project with South Australia – part of the Eco-Link program. “This wildlife corridor will cover about 1.4...

Project Report from Isandlwana

EDUCATION: EDUPEG: 7 Schools within the programme at present but the project is not really achieving the required results. It appears that most schools are only using the materials when the Edu-peg educators visit the village and are not really integrating this into...

Eco-Leads

Inspired by her work as a photo-journalist and by her blog (The Nature Files), Morgan Heim, a great friend of WILD and an Emerging League member of the International League of Conservation Photographers, has just launched a great new newsletter.  Eco-Leads (the...
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