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The Honey Hunter (and other incredible field assistants)

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Fearing we may reach a linguistic impasse, I smiled, gave a big British thumbs up, and signaled that I would follow him. Best decision I ever made.

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Madagascar: Life on the Edge Trailer

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I’m reminded that the most important thing about expeditions and fieldwork is legacy.

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Film Premiere: Life on the Edge

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Of all the adventures that working in conservation has brought my way, premiering a film has to be the one that I least expected. I’ve never been to a premiere before, I don’t know anything about films – in essence, I really have no idea what I’m doing!

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Discovering Madagascar for the First Time

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I write this from the blissful ignorance of predeparture faffing.

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The Grants And Supporters That Made Our Expedition Possible

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All it really takes is to say you’ll do something with enough confidence that you believe it yourself, then mustered the audacity to have a go.

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How To Build An Expedition Team

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Martin Holland once told me that good leadership is simply ‘effective communication of a vision’.

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The End Is Normally The Time For One Last Push (the last 48 hours of your crowdfunding campaign)

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Over the last month 39 people, most of whom are complete strangers, have pledged a little over £1200 towards an expedition hatched in a pub.

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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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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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Tree Planting and Forest Conservation Charities

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Tree planting is, in my view, one of the simplest and best things you can do to support conservation.

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