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Category: Wildlife

A Prickly Situation
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A Prickly Situation

One of our team, Helen, discovered a hedgehog trapped in a football net in the garden last month. She tells the tale here: What started off as a normal weekend, quickly turned into a race to find help for an injured hedgehog and demonstrated the importance of ensuring our man-made pleasures do not interfere with,...

Endangered Species of Bahrain
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Endangered Species of Bahrain

Bahrain has a number of endangered species that benefit from conservation projects in the country. Discover the rare and threatened animals of Bahrain in our blog post. Each country around the world has its own unique range of flora and fauna. Sadly, some species in each location have their survival threatened, either on a local...

New Pictures of Nala
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New Pictures of Nala

21 For 21 is supporting a rewilding programme in Brazil with Onçafari  This fantastic programme, first established in 2016, was designed to rehabilitate and reintroduce orphaned jaguars back to the wild – an important part of protecting endangered populations in Brazil. After a number of successes, marked by the wild-born cubs of rewilded jaguars, the...

Stand Tall for Giraffe this Summer Solstice
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Stand Tall for Giraffe this Summer Solstice

21 June is World Giraffe Day The longest day (or night) for the tallest animal. World Giraffe Day (WGD) is an exciting annual event initiated by the Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF). Not only is it a worldwide celebration of these amazing and much-loved animals, but an annual event to raise support, create awareness and shed...

UK in May – What to Look Out For
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UK in May – What to Look Out For

Bluebells have started blooming in the woods, bees buzzing in the garden, and frogspawn appearing in ponds. Now we just need some Spring sunshine! If you’re out and about this weekend, here are just some of the things to look and listen out for: Blossom & flowers – from fruit trees to hawthorn in the...

World Rhino Day 2020
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World Rhino Day 2020

The 22nd of September marks World Rhino Day. Close to 10,000 rhinos have been lost to poaching in the last decade alone. The peak of poaching was just five years ago in 2015 when 1,349 rhino were recorded as poached. This demand for rhino horn is driven by the Far East where the horn is...