Unless the government of Madagascar takes swift action to enforce international anti-poaching and anti-trafficking laws, the country’s largest tortoise—the ploughshare tortoise (or angonoka tortoise)—will likely go extinct in the wild within the next two years.
After an extensive search, Durrell, the global conservation organisation founded by the late Gerald Durrell, has appointed Dr Lesley Dickie as its new...
Today the State of Nature Report has been released which has collated data and expertise from more than 50 nature conservation and research organisati...
2016 marked the fifteenth anniversary of the Rumboll Travel Award, an annual financial Award granted to deserving junior members of Durrell’s conserva...
With warnings that Britain's wildlife is facing crisis, two Durrell target species, the red-billed chough and agile frog, have been named in BIAZA's t...