Monthly Archives: September 2010

Monkey Madness

The Frontier Costa Rica Forest team have spotted many a monkey over the past months.  As the wet season got into full swing, the intrepid volunteers conducted weekly walks along the trails of the tropical forests in the Osa Peninsula, … Continue reading

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Coral Proposal

Our Marine Dream Team in Madagascar is gearing up for coral propagation trials! This project will involve the artificial cultivation of coral from carefully extracted fragments, and may assist in the recovery of depleted coral reefs in the bay of … Continue reading

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Trapped like a Mouse Lemur

The Frontier Madagascar research team has been laying out traps to identify the small mammal species present in isolated forests in Northern Madagascar. Until recently, black rats were the most common hostage, but as the surveys progress, there have been … Continue reading

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Wild creatures caught on camera

The Frontier Cambodia Forest team have been gathering a growing database of biodiversity in the study area. Earlier this year, they found evidence of several endangered mammals in the Tonle Sap area, including the fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus), the hairy … Continue reading

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