All Blog Posts for Education

22nd March 2011 Fred O'Regan
This is the one truly pristine ecosystem sufficient to accommodate significant herds of elephants and other large mammals. Read more »
18th March 2011 Fred O'Regan
I can only describe Day Two of my participation in the collaring of elephants for satellite tracking as transformative. I Read more »
15th March 2011 Fred O'Regan
With dust in my mouth earlier this morning, I could only marvel at the International Fund for Animal Welfare team here in Read more »
17th February 2011 Jake Levenson
When choosing their next vacation destination a couple years ago, Madison Mary’s diving buddy, who is also a whale Read more »
14th February 2011 Jake Levenson
The breezes are picking up as the sun sets over the Atlantic just off the dock where I type. On Day three here in Dominica, Read more »
10th February 2011 Elizabeth Wamba
It’s been a hectic three days already of counting elephants and other large mammals in the Tsavo-Mkomazi ecosystem. So Read more »
"Cats, Dogs, and Us" Education Programme
New "Cats, Dogs, and Us" education resources: Free classroom-ready lessons and worksheets for grades K-8

New "Cats, Dogs, and Us" education programme: Free classroom-ready resources for grades K-8