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The Woodmead Halls in Lyme Regis is preparing to roll out a length of virtual red carpet on Saturday 26th March. Talented international writers and poets will be arriving to hear who has won a share of the £3,000 prize money in this year’s Magic
WHF’s (Wildlife Heritage Foundation) first born female Amur Leopard, Zeya.. set to travel to Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah USA… as part of the breeding program. She leaves on Tuesday - 6th October.
This year's Valentine’s Day saw hearts bursting with pride across the world as the winners of the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize were announced in an awards ceremony that was live streamed around the planet.
The year has got off to a great start as the Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) have finally be given the breeding recommendation by the stud book keeper for the Snow Leopards. It is currently mating season for the Snow Leopards (Jan-March)
There’s a Polar Bear. There’s me. And there’s just a few feet between us. But I'm not in a zoo. I am out on the sub arctic tundra in a large white tundra buggy, 25 miles east of Churchill on the edge of the Hudson Bay.
How many pieces of peanut buttered bread can you fit in your mouth in one go? If you’re a female pine marten it seems the answer is five.
Come help mobilise a law of Ecocide. Make history, join Polly Higgins the legal expert on the law of Ecocide, and be part of the growing local and global community.
'Water & Environment 2014', the CIWEM’s Annual Conference, was a key event for the water and environment sector and took place at the Royal Geographical Society, London, on 8-9 April. Keynote speakers included Lord Chris Smith, who described extreme
When do laws no longer work? When our laws protect greed and not the greater good of society as a whole. Most laws, in particular at an international level, are often drafted without an enforceability mechanism (such as the creation of a crime or by
On January 26th, ten brave conservationists from collections across the country completed their trek of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. The group helped to raise the profile of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria’s Pole to Pole campaign.