Some of our fascinating science saturday posts

Some of our fascinating science saturday posts

It is generally understood that our knowledge of the status and trends in African Lion (Panthera leo) numbers is relatively poor, and the collective ability of governments and the wider conservation community to identify priorities or to assess the impacts of interventions, is limited.

Nov 2, 2020
Science Snippets Is the neighbourhood going to the dogs?

Science Snippets Is the neighbourhood going to the dogs?

Carnivore species that overlap in their use of space, food or habitat are called sympatric carnivores, and competition for resources between these species can lead to conflict and death.

Aug 3, 2020
Suburban bliss for biodiversity

Suburban bliss for biodiversity

Biodiversity plays an important role in urban ecosystems and restricted access to it can profoundly affect human wellbeing.

Aug 3, 2020
Inspiring young scientists – the EWT Conservation Science Unit in action

Inspiring young scientists – the EWT Conservation Science Unit in action

Young South Africans are the conservation champions of tomorrow.

Jul 2, 2020
Science Snippet: Vessel collisions with marine animals

Science Snippet: Vessel collisions with marine animals

There is increasing concern globally about the effects of maritime vessel collisions with marine animals.

Jul 1, 2020
Science Snippet: Wild Dogs – South Africa’s most Endangered carnivore

Science Snippet: Wild Dogs – South Africa’s most Endangered carnivore

Across Africa, there are only an estimated 6,600 Wild Dogs that occur in the wild, making them the continent’s 2nd most Endangered carnivore behind the Ethiopian Wolf.

Apr 29, 2020
The Uganda Crane Festival 2020 draws Grey Crowned Cranes to the celebrations

The Uganda Crane Festival 2020 draws Grey Crowned Cranes to the celebrations

The unusual happened as the International Crane Foundation/Endangered Wildlife Trust/NatureUganda Partnership celebrated cranes on 2 March 2020 in Kabale, Uganda.

Mar 27, 2020
The EWT and the Conservation Coaches Network host South Africa’s first CCNET Coach Training

The EWT and the Conservation Coaches Network host South Africa’s first CCNET Coach Training

Conservation organisations, like the EWT are tackling complex and urgent environmental issues across the globe.

Mar 27, 2020