Monthly Archives: May 2009

Volunteers essential to conservation

New research carried out by ex Frontier staff has shown the importance of volunteer work to conservation in one of the world’s most threatened areas. Work published by Neil D’Cruze, David Henson, Annette Olsson and David Emmett, all of whom … Continue reading

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Hurrah for the nosy, in Nosy Hara

In March, two teams from our Madagascar Marine Research Programme conducted a satellite camp expedition in the Nosy Hara Special Reserve, located at the northwest tip of the country. Joined by members of Madagascar National Parks, they conducted important marine … Continue reading

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