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September 2015

Rare clubmoss appears at Eelmoor Marsh

The rare marsh clubmoss Lycopodiella inundata has been found at Eelmoor Marsh Site of Special Scientific Interest in Hampshire, nearly 60 years after it was last seen in this location

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Journey of the desert zebra

Recently, Marwell Wildlife’s team in Kenya deployed GPS/GSM enabled tracking collars on a new study group of Grevy’s zebra as part of a long term initiative to understand the distribution and movement patterns of this endangered species.

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A Grevy’s zebra in the Chabli desert seen by the Marwell team on a previous expedition, with ancient lava flows in the background.

June 2015

Two decades of business partnership pays dividends for local biodiversity

Marwell Wildlife and technology company QinetiQ celebrate 20 years of grazing management at Eelmoor Marsh Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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May 2015

Action for Antelope

With a quarter of antelope species threatened with extinction and over 60% suffering declines in their populations, Marwell Wildlife has joined forces with the IUCN Species Survival Commission to host the new Antelope Specialist Group (ASG) Programme Office. ASG is the world’s leading body of scientific and practical expertise on the status and conservation of all antelope species.

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