Wildlife


Rewilding Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

Rewilding Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

Rwanda’s Akagera National Park was on the verge of being lost. But work is underway to bring the park’s ecosystems back to life.
The return of bats in Britain

The return of bats in Britain

ByGeographical StaffJun 29, 2022
Research suggests bats in Britain are increasing in population
Douglas David Seifert on a lifetime of underwater photography

Douglas David Seifert on a lifetime of underwater photography

ByKatie BurtonJun 17, 2022
Underwater photographer Douglas David Seifert observes the underwater world and captures the wonders of the waves
Fragile life: how birds go extinct

Fragile life: how birds go extinct

Chicago’s Field Museum contains an astonishing array of bird specimens which provides an insight into the causes of biodiversity loss
Conservation success for green turtles in Seychelles

Conservation success for green turtles in Seychelles

ByGeographical StaffMay 16, 2022
Strict conservation measures in the Seychelles have allowed over-fished and endangered green turtles to recover
South Africa’s plant poaching epidemic

South Africa’s plant poaching epidemic

In South Africa, a new wave of poaching has taken off, but this time it isn’t big cats, elephants or rhinos, but tiny succulent plants
The problem with CITES, the convention to protect endangered wildlife

The problem with CITES, the convention to protect endangered wildlife

The international conservation agreement CITES is nearly half a century old, and its future and effectiveness are uncertain
Rewilding projects are widening European carnivore ranges

Rewilding projects are widening European carnivore ranges

ByJacob DykesJan 7, 2022
Rewilding Europe projects are working to expand populations of carnivores. Wolves, bears and lynx could one day roam across much of Europe
Could farming endangered animals save them?

Could farming endangered animals save them?

ByKatie BurtonNov 22, 2019
Increased interest in the farming of endangered animals as a conservation method has led to a closer look at pangolins.
Ocean blooms: tracking the rise of jellyfish swarms

Ocean blooms: tracking the rise of jellyfish swarms

ByKatie BurtonOct 18, 2019
Many scientists believe that jellyfish numbers are increasing, pointing to their climate resilience and the rise in jellyfish blooms.
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