Pressure on Australia on promise to restore the Great Barrier Reef

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Committee has voted to maintain pressure on Australia to deliver on its promise to restore the health of the Great Barrier Reef. Today’s reef decision requires Australia to deliver “effective and sustained protection” of the reef from threats including reckless industrialization and pollution. Australia […]

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Naturetrek exclusive truly amazing wildlife cruises

Travelling by boat on an expedition voyage, away from people, roads and cities, allows privileged access to some of the world’s very best wildlife spectacles. The UK’s leading wildlife operator, Naturetrek, offers an unrivalled, carefully devised selection of exclusive charter cruises across the globe, guided by expert naturalists. The following 2015 cruises still have availability: […]

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‘Spawn to be Wild’ project using baby eels to teach children about challenges facing our wildlife

An exciting new learning project called ‘SPAWN TO BE WILD’ funded by Bristol Water and run by Avon Wildlife Trust, brings baby eels that have already travelled over 4,000 miles from the mysterious Sargasso Sea into North Somerset schools. Schoolchildren  from Yatton Junior School and St Andrew’s Primary in Congresbury , as well as Wrington Primary […]

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