Conservation Archive

Dr Duncan East at Marwell Wildlife

We’ve Won a Highly Prestigious Queen’s Award

April 21, 2022

Her Majesty the Queen has given the royal seal of approval to our environmental commitments with a coveted award. The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development will be presented to […]

Sand lizard reintroduction

Boost for UK’s rarest lizard as over 140 are released back into the wild

September 23, 2021

A group of the UK’s rarest lizard – the Sand Lizard – have been released back into the wild in Dorset. Over 140 of these endangered species, bred at several […]

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Improving Community-Based Monitoring in the Northern Kenya Grevy’s Zebra Project

August 12, 2021

New technologies have been deployed to Marwell Wildlife’s scout network in Kenya to improve on data collection efforts, analysis, and responsiveness of management actions. Marwell Wildlife has been operating with […]

Barbary Sheep

Barbary sheep conservation translocations in Tunisia

June 28, 2021

In June 2021, on the Tunisian National Day of Environmental Protection, Marwell Wildlife and our Tunisian partner, the Direction Générale des Forêts (DGF), translocated Barbary sheep from Oued Dekouk National […]

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Hope for vulnerable wild snow leopards in Kazakhstan

May 26, 2021

“We saw that it is quite possible to conserve nature, one just needs to commit to it.”   Camera trap images from Kazakhstan have revealed that snow leopards and other predators including […]

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Impact Report 2020

May 19, 2021

We are delighted to share with you our newly published Impact Report for 2020. Here you will find highlights of our work to restore nature, promote sustainable living and help catalyse […]

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Rüppell’s fox (Vulpes rueppellii) rediscovered in Jbil National Park, Tunisia

April 6, 2021

Rüppell’s fox (Vulpes rueppellii) rediscovered in Jbil National Park, Tunisia Tunisian canids include the African golden wolf (Canis lupaster), the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), the fennec fox (Vulpes zerda) and […]


Monitoring the Tunisian scimitar-horned oryx population

February 23, 2021

Under watchful eyes: monitoring the Tunisian scimitar-horned oryx population Marie Petretto, Marwell Wildlife Conservation Biologist based in Tunisia, has shared an update from the field: Marwell’s team in Tunisia have […]

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Grevy’s zebra conservation full steam ahead

December 16, 2020

While 2020 has been a difficult year in Kenya as in the rest of the world due to the pandemic, our work to conserve the Grevy’s zebra has not stopped. […]

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Restoring habitats and continuing our conservation successes

December 14, 2020

Despite the difficulties of 2020, we have been able to continue the specialist conservation work at the nature conservation sites we manage in Hampshire. At one of these sites, Eelmoor […]