Conservation Updates · 2012 · Edition 40
Thomas got a little carried away
Mangrove madness, and reserve success in Antanimanimbo

by Jérémie Bossert, Belo-sur-Mer Project Coordinator, Madagascar It’s the 23rd of September 2012, and dawn is breaking on the fifth … Continue reading

Articles from Madagascar

by Marzia Garin, former Education and Youth Coordinator, Madagascar In mid-November, the children at Saturday School had a very special … Continue reading


by Taylor Mayol, Communications and Programme Development Officer, Madagascar I hadn’t either until just a few months ago. I knew … Continue reading

4. catched a big mud crab

by Sylvia Paulot, Blue Forests Scientist, Madagascar As mangrove conservation officer, I have visited many villages in mangrove forests, and talked … Continue reading

Nosy Dondosy

by Olivier Raynaud, Maintirano & Barren Isles Project Coordinator, Madagascar In our quest for a durable and efficient management configuration, in … Continue reading


by Sophie Andriamalala, Southwest Regional Coordinator, Madagascar For the last two weeks the octopus team in Toliara have spent 10 hours … Continue reading


by the Blue Forests Team, Madagascar Madagascar’s 5,600 km coastline includes Africa’s third largest extent of mangroves: an estimated 213,000 … Continue reading


By Dr Vik Mohan, Medical Director, UK I recently spent a hectic and intense couple of weeks in the village of Andavadoaka, … Continue reading

Articles from Belize
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by Jennifer Chapman, Country Coordinator, Belize All too often research efforts undertaken by organisations and individuals are not shared. Beautiful … Continue reading

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