Monthly Archives: August 2010

Fish on the menu again!

Frontier have now been based back within the Mafia Island Marine Park for over six months, and the data collected so far suggests that the marine protected area is having a positive affect on the local environment, in particular the … Continue reading

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Whale of a time

It has been a busy time in Fiji recently. Not only has the island of Gau been inundated with volunteers, but the surrounding seas have also seen an increase in activity, as volunteers sighted a pod of Humpback whales of … Continue reading

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Chameleon compendium

Chameleon Surveys in the forests of northern Madagascar have been going especially well, with an impressive 187 chameleons recorded. As a flagship species in Madagascar, chameleons have a significant place in the countries conservation initiative. By observing their population trends … Continue reading

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Frogs and friends in the forest

This summer the Frontier Costa Rica forest project celebrates its first birthday! The past year has seen several research studies become well established in the forest reserve of the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. The Frontier team have been busy conducting … Continue reading

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Threat of a wildlife exodus from the Rupia Corridor

Since last year, Frontier Tanzania has embarked on a large and demanding project funded by Defra, to assess levels of biodiversity in the region of the Kilombero valley. One of the objectives is to investigate how local villages and communities … Continue reading

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