WILD CHATS FOR OCTOBER
This month, we’ll be bringing you another more wonderful Wild Chat, which will be approximately 30-40 minutes long, with time afterwards for questions and answers. These chats will start promptly, so please be sure to join a little ahead of time.
You can register for the chats of your choice, using the links below. Each Wild Chat is also recorded and shared on our YouTube channel and other social media platforms afterwards, meaning no one has to miss out!
So stay home, stay safe, and stay connected with our wild world.
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EWT’s Head of Conservation and African Wild Dog guru, Dr. Harriet Davies-Mostert, will be talking to Jocelin Kagan about her amazing book: Africa’s Wild Dogs – a survival story. The book is a large-format photographic celebration of one of the continent’s most charismatic and endangered predators.
Buy the book here: https://eshop.ewt.org.za/product/africas-wild-dogs-book/
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- It’s a matter of pride
- A prickly situation
- Conserving cranes and communities
- Coffee with a conservation conscience
- Working with wildlife: Some snapshots of 2020
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- Legacies for life
- For peat’s sake – finding fodder in Rwanda’s Rugezi Marsh
- Finding fairies where biomes collide
- Selfie and scarper: the over-tourism dilemma
- Conservation Champion: Daleen Roodt
- Painting Pangolins and Wild Dogs for Conservation
- A global network of roads researchers – where to from here?
- Leave a Legacy for Life: Wills Week 2020
- Coming up: Rhino Peak Challenge 12 December 2020
- Some of our fascinating science saturday posts
- Guardians Of The Future