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Watchers of the great Western Ghats

The Western Ghats in Southern India is one of the world’s hotspots for biodiversity and is a WWF priority eco-region. It is a large landscape consisting of tiger reserves, wildlife sanctuaries and other forests, forming large areas of connected habitat for wide ranging species such as elephants and tigers. But despite it’s greatness, the landscape [...]

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Elephant watchtower on farmland, Kathmandu, Nepal

Creating a corridor for human-wildlife harmony

I’m in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, sitting on the roof top garden of my hotel. It’s eight o’clock in the evening. It’s already night time. There’s a slight breeze but I’m feeling very comfortable sitting in a t-shirt. But this easy life is quite a contrast to the way I’ve been living for [...]

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Introducing John Bett and WWF’s Boni-Dodori Coastal Forest project in Kenya

Welcome to my first blog. My name is John Bett and through this blog I want to regularly share insights into our work and the wonders of our coastal forests here in Lamu and Garissa Counties in north-east Kenya, supported through Size of Wales. I head up a small team for WWF working with local communities [...]

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Whales in the sea around Kaikoura, New Zealand

Catching a rare glimpse of whales in New Zealand’s Kaikoura

Kaikoura in the South Island of New Zealand, is famous for its whale and dolphin populations. Over the past few weeks it’s been in the spotlight for a different reason – oil exploration. After two months of backpacking and conservation work in New Zealand, throughout my travels I had heard that it is always worth [...]

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