6:00 am – The day starts in STEP’s research camp with hot, strong coffee and fresh chapati prepared by Jose, our camp cook. Preparations of the equipment needed for fieldwork […]
A study by researchers at the University of Exeter and the University of Cape Town has shown that endangered African penguin populations have dramatically declined due climate change and overfishing. […]
Today is International Women’s Day and a perfect time to highlight just a few women who have contributed to conservation including, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall, Wangari Maathai and Rachel Carson. These […]
Shivani Bhalla and Jeneria Lekilelei share their story of saving lions in Kenya. Keeping lions safe means involving everyone in the community, from women and children to warriors.
Wolves were once native to the US’ Yellowstone National Park — until hunting wiped them out. But when, in 1995, the wolves began to come back (thanks to an aggressive […]
As the world mourns the loss of Satao the Namibian government are issuing permits to kill six desert elephants. Delta was the first elephant shot.
Which species to preserve is an agonising decision in the wildlife triage caused by human influence.