How Drones are Helping Conservation

How Drones are Helping Conservation

Back in 2016, during the peak of the African rhino poaching war, field rangers throughout Kruger National Park, South Africa saw sobering scenes day after day. The field reports showed just how bleak the situation was. With one log entry described discovery of “an adult female white

Martin Royle from Royle Safaris features on Mammalwatching Podcast

Martin Royle from Royle Safaris features on Mammalwatching Podcast

We interview Martin Royle about the vision behind his ecotour company Royle Safaris. We talk about how much work has gone into designing tours that actually see (rather than search for) Javan Rhinos and Siberian Tigers, plus the cascading conservation benefits that come from small scale ecotourism.

Tiger Conservation News in Indonesia

Tiger Conservation News in Indonesia

There has been recent successes in the huge archipelago of Indonesian in terms of tiger conservation as officials recently confiscated three tiger skins from a man in Sumatra. These skins are believed to be connected to a much larger wildlife trafficking ring. News from Banda Aceh in

Conservation Success in Cambodia – Amazing Large-antlered Muntjac Sighting

Conservation Success in Cambodia – Amazing Large-antlered Muntjac Sighting

Camera trap surveys in a remote national park in Cambodia (Virachey National Park) which is located in the northeast of Cambodia have recorded the country’s first sightings of a critically endangered large-antlered muntjac (Muntiacus vuquangensis). The species, also known as the giant muntjac, was first described nearly

Pangolin Conservation News

Pangolin Conservation News

Pangolins are the world’s only scaly mammal and even though there are 8 species of Pangolin found in Africa and tropical Asia all are endangered from being hunted for their scales and meat. They are seen as delicacies in parts of Asia and Africa and have the