Marwell Wildlife: conservation action, education, science and sustainability




February 2021

Under watchful eyes: monitoring the Tunisian scimitar-horned oryx population

Under watchful eyes: monitoring the Tunisian scimitar-horned oryx population and their wider environment 

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December 2020

Grevy’s zebra conservation full steam ahead

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

Despite the difficulties of 2020, we've been able to continue our conservation successes

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November 2020

Peaks to Plains: Restoring and reconnecting the habitats of goitered gazelle in Kazakhstan

Earlier this year, Marwell Wildlife was awarded a grant from the International Unions for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Save Our Species (SOS) programme to work with local conservation teams in Kazakhstan to assess the current population status of the threatened goitered gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa) in the east of the country.

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September 2020

Exceptional breeding year gives much needed boost to efforts to return the UK’s rarest lizard

As part of Marwell Wildlife’s continuing conservation work to re-establish the UK’s rarest lizard, the sand lizard (Lacerta agilis), this year we have contributed over 130 juvenile lizards for release at Puddletown.

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August 2020

March 2020