In the first of a two-part series on recruitment with Durrell’s Head of Human Resources, Amy Davies, Jennifer explores the difficulties encountered by graduates trying to land their first conservation roles and asks if there is any hope for change in the future.
I am currently around 5 months into the 6.5-month program, and I have had an amazing and enriching experience so far. Through work with snakes, seabir...
This July, Durrell’s Dr Ros Kennerley travelled to Australia to represent the IUCN SSC Small Mammal Specialist Group (SMSG) at the International Mamma...
Saving a species-at-risk from extinction takes courage, perseverance, specialized skills and leadership. In this blog, you'll meet Canada's New Noahs:...
In the wild, black lion tamarins occur in a couple of small, defragmented forests close to São Paulo. Most of the populations living in these forest p...