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10 Facts About Expedition Angano

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Expedition Angano is the biggest and most exciting field project I’ve ever been involved with. So amongst the maelstrom of planning, here is the trip summarised in just ten points.

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What Next? How To Build On Your First Expedition

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Expeditions can feel like the culmination of months or years of hard work, and the comedown of stepping back into reality can be strange. But just as they say ‘it’s better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all’ – the same is true for expeditions.

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Yet Another Example Of How Adventure And Citizen Science Are Compatible

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Phew, when stepping out into the cold London night, it’s events like this that serve to remind you to keep trying to do, whatever it is you want to do.

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Why We Decided To Crowdfund Our Expedition

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There’s something very uncomfortable about asking for money. I don’t enjoy it and so very rarely dabble in it.

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Introducing Expedition Angano [VIDEO]

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Our gifted photographer Duncan Parker put together this little interview introducing the expedition. Let us know what you think and thanks for following!

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Launching Expedition Angano: Conservation fieldwork in Northern Madagascar

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I really can’t believe we have come this far, and we haven’t even set foot in Madagascar yet.

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Proof that natural history can ‘be a bit dry’…?

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A Natural History show with Bear Grylls will be about Bear Grylls, not about Natural History

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Three Species We Could Rewild Right Now (and barely cause a fuss)

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Now of course, debate is good and essential, but lots of talking means not very much rewilding.

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How Whales Change The Climate

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Sometimes, an action or event in one place can have consequences you couldn’t have imagined in another.

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20 Tips For First-time Conservation Bloggers

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I really believe that the more conservation, environment, wildlife and nature bloggers out there, the more mainstream environmentalism will become. That can only be a good thing.

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How Rock Climbers And Conservation Can Work Together

As tales of daring and reckless adventure go, it’s surely up there with the best of them. All set in another mysterious world, less than one hundred meters above the ground.

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How To.. Choose A Camera To Take On Expedition (and how to keep it safe)

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Photography is an incredibly important tool in conservation. You can have all the data and research papers in the world, but unless you inspire action then conservation will remain an uphill struggle.

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