Pink Pigeon – A Conservation Success Story

From just nine individuals left in the wild in 1990, the pink pigeon has made a remarkable recovery, thanks to the hard...

Working with giant tortoises

Having loved reptiles ever since I was a little girl, getting the opportunity to work with giant tortoises was very much a...

Exploring Ile Aux Aigrettes

Ile Aux Aigrettes was the very first place I visited when I landed in Mauritius, and by that I mean it was...

Wildlife of Mauritius: Vlog Series

Last September, I accepted an exciting opportunity to work as a conservation biologist for the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation on their pioneering project introducing the...

Bats: The Only Flying Mammal

Bats are the only known mammals to have the ability of "true" flight, i.e. they possess true flapping wings unlike gliding mammals such as...

Filming wildlife in the Galápagos Islands

Four months after returning from my expedition to the incredible Galápagos Islands, I finally got around to editing the 5 hours worth of footage which...

Day 30: Natural History Museum | 30 Days Wild

I can not believe that today is the final day of 30 Days Wild! This has been an incredible month and I hope you...

Day 29: Birds of London | 30 Days Wild

Today I went looking for what bird life I could find around London. I paid another brief visit to Hyde Park as well as...

Day 28: Drawing An Animal Picture | 30 Days Wild

Amazing drawing skills is something I really wish I had. Nevertheless, today I got my pencils and art book out and had a go...

Day 27: Hyde Park | 30 Days Wild

Today was the first day in my new central London home! So on the way to work I took a nice stroll through one of...