Art meets Science for Conservation!

WildTrack Specialist Group members Amy Fitzmaurice and Asaf Ben-David are presenting a unique art exhibition for our workshop in Portugal, October 30th – November 6th 2022. Our Footprint Identification Technology (FIT) emerged from the art and science of tracking. Asaf’s anatomically precise and beautiful track drawings will be complemented by…

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Resurrecting the Thylacine?

This week, in his excellent blog series, ConservationBytes, Australian Ecologist Corey Bradshaw discusses new attempts to resurrect the extinct Tasmanian tiger, or Thylacine, which was hunted to extinction in Tasmania in the early years of the 20th Century. The blog publishes the opinions of 5 experts on the subject. Of…

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Realigning Our Priorities Post-Pandemic

As we emerge, slowly and unsteadily, from the thunderbolt of the first Pandemic, with more almost certain to come, it seems a good time to look at the path ahead. Do we want to return to the consumptive, exploitative, financial-growth-fixated world that we left? The experience of being rendered close…

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WildTrack Annual Report 2020

WildTrack’s 2020 report is available here We report on the challenges we faced during an extraordinary year, and share our successes. We’re so grateful for all the wonderful people who help us with our Mission. Thank you everyone.

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Celebrating United Nations Biodiversity Day 2021!

The United Nations Day for Biological Diversity 2021 is an opportunity to celebrate the work being done around the world to protect our fast-disappearing biodiversity. Our WildTrack Specialist Group members are doing wonderful ‘Conservation from the Ground Up’ using non-invasive and community-based monitoring of endangered species. Our award-winning combination of…

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