Monthly Archives: December 2008

Madagascan President Supports Frontier Environment Day

Frontier’s environmental awareness work in Madagascar recently received the backing of the local president, who joined with in our efforts to alleviate environmental degradation. By analysing community data from previous work, Frontier staff and volunteers had been able to prioritise … Continue reading

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Conserving a Corridor for African Mammals

Frontier staff are acting to save an important migration route for African mammals. Our long term studies in the Kilombero Valley, an internationally important wetland, have highlighted changes in migration routes between the Selous Game Reserve and the Kilombero floodplain. … Continue reading

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New Findings on Impact of Electric Fences in Tanzania

International conservation NGO, Frontier, has recently conducted a study into mammal movements in Tanzania which has resulted in a breakthrough in the protection of teak plantations and the free movements of large animals. The research project, produced as part of … Continue reading

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Fijian Sharks Encourage New Research

Frontier volunteers have been diving at the Nigali Passage, Fiji, known to be one of the great diving spots in the South Pacific. It is home to many species of shark, however, one species in particular has been generating a … Continue reading

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