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Jack, Finn and Rod Downie, Arctic © WWF-UK

To the Arctic with JacksGap

I’m in the Arctic with JacksGap and glaciologist Professor Alun Hubbard. JacksGap are twin brothers Jack and Finn, accompanied by award-winning cameraman Tim Kellner. They are an online blog and video sensation with a massive reach to a young audience and a zeal for telling stories well. Alun has been at the forefront of research […]

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Rangers identifying birds © Ann Komen Size of Wales

A haven for bird life is under threat – these new rangers could hold the key to protecting it

The coastal forests of Boni and Dodori are home to a huge diversity of birds and are a significant stop-over and dispersal site for a number of migrating bird species from other neighbouring countries. The birds that you can find include the Basra reed warbler, white-headed vulture, lappet-faced vulture, martial eagle, Somali ostrich, southern banded […]

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Richard Hammond and his camera, Amazon © Richard Hammond

Q&A with Richard Hammond in the Amazon

TV star Richard Hammond ventured deep into the Amazon for his new Sky 1 programme ‘Richard Hammond’s Jungle Quest’, which airs on 16 and 23 September. The show sees Richard attempting to realise his childhood dream of being a wildlife photographer. We caught up with Richard to ask him about his jungle adventure… What made […]

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Highly commended Mike Snelle ‘Common Dolphin’ (Common dolphin, Dephinus delphis), Pembrokeshire, Wales. gallery

Celebrating British wildlife in pictures

For someone who’s passionate about conservation photography and our wonderful wildlife, it’s an exciting time. It’s when I get to view, and judge, the best of the British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA). And this year’s WWF-sponsored Coast and Marine category didn’t disappoint. It delivered a spectacular snapshot of the incredible range of species that grace […]

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Houses of Parliament © Treye Rice / Flickr

Can David Cameron’s government offer hope for the environment?

The election of the first Conservative majority administration for a generation opened a new chapter for UK environmental policy. Would David Cameron, who once asked Britain to ‘Vote Blue, Go Green’, provide strong leadership on green issues, or would his Government retreat to a depressing grey zone, with green priorities consigned to the distant margins? […]

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World Elephant Day

Helping local people see the benefit of conserving elephants

That there are few places in the world like the Mara is an understatement.  For those of us living and working within and in the immediate vicinity, this reality remains a constant companion and a reflection of a life that once was; the beauty and the majesty.  But with it comes the all too familiar […]

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View of the River Wey at Shalford rivers

Making a splash for our rivers

On Sunday, people across Europe will be celebrating their local river, lake or beach by jumping in them! This is all part of a project called ‘The Big Jump’ which does exactly what it says on the tin – encourages people to jump in their local river, lake or beach and reconnect people with their […]

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