This is the story of how we, Nature Conservation Georgia (NCG), ended up at the remote village of Tabatskuri, on Lake Tabatskuri - a serene landscape nestled in a volcanic plateau - where we painted gigantic Velvet Scoters. These are diving ducks, which were thought to be lost in Georgia and across the Caucasus until very recently when a miraculous discovery was made.
Learn about bats and their conservation!
Get a new perspective on a misunderstood fish roaming the waters of Indonesia, the endangered sawfish.
A stampede started as soon as our Bolero reached the [...]
Celebrate International Freshwater Dolphin Day by learning about the Ganges river dolphin and the Indus river dolphin!
21 young Montagu's harriers are flying freely in Portugal, representing hope for the future of their threatened species.
Join us in meeting Jen GaNun, a musician, dancer, and wolf conservationist, on the Good Natured Podcast, hosted by Conservation Optimism! Jen speaks about her passion for using her creativity to spread the message of conservation, focusing on the endangered grey wolf in Colorado.
A story of hope, remorse, and transformation from the remote tropical forests of Asia. Arkajyoti shares his experience of an adventure in search of a "treasure" and how his journey transforms the perception of a local tribesman about his surrounding.
Meeting Dr. James Watuwa: A Ugandan vet who’s typical day can include rescuing a snared elephant, collaring a lion, or surveying mountain gorilla populations for the Ugandan and Rwandan governments.
Follow Janet Kavutha and her team of researchers into the heart of giraffe country in wild Kenya and experience the joys of spotting these magnificent creatures through her eyes!