Once upon a time on an island in the Indian Ocean named Mauritius, there were two unique species of snakes belonging to the Bolyeridae family, the Burrowing Boa (Bolyeria multocarinata) and the Keel-scaled Boa (Casarea dussumieri).
Whether it’s lionfish taking over Caribbean waters or the Australian flatworm devouring native earthworms in the UK, invasive species are a key threat...
Durrell graduate Rio Heriniaina shared the stage with Dr Jane Goodall and Sir David Attenborough at Cambridge’s Earth Optimism event last weekend, whe...
Growing up on the tiny island of Guernsey has rather amplified my already big dreams. Getting a job in conservation is difficult, so the best way I c...
What is it that motivates us to keep going, often against difficult odds? Hery thinks it is hope. We conservationists are passionate about the species...