Monday, January 25, 2010

What we're reading this week...

2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity, here's some places you can read up conservation matters, and some places you can get involved for yourself!

An evocative piece about the ruling to designate "critical habitat" for the jaguar in the United States Jaguars don't live here anymore by the head of Panthera: Alan Rabinowitz

State of the World's Sea Turtles (SWOT) are putting in a final call for data into nesting beaches for all species of marine turtles, which will be featured in an updated version of this map

Volunteer teaching and community work in Costa Rica with us

Cute dogs & Darwin

Animals rafted to Madagasca?

Primates not rafting around the world...

Gorillas - Human dimensions of Conservation

also see Jaguar Paradise?... by GVI Costa Rica for more human dimensions of conservation

Darwin - he liked beetles, barnicles and plants too you know...

Big Cats Initiative - First heard about this one at the Defenders of Wildlife Conference last year; great website:

WWF are all at sea with their latest reports into ecolabelling and blue finned tuna

Want to get involved in conservation in 2010? Check out our website and learn about the expeditions, internships and projects where YOU are the difference