Im a London based conservation student, with dreams of being a zookeeper or research assistant in some far off jungle!
I also do a lot of wildlife surveying for an environmental charity and some practical conservation work here in London. This blog is a collection of photos and findings, as well as bragging about my trips abroad!
The Brown Tree snake (Boiga irregularis) is an interesting snake that has caught a lot of news headlines over the past decade. It’s a rear fanged colubrid snake endemic to the Northern coast of Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Islands in northwestern Melanesia. It’s venom is…
Are the snakes even that likely to eat the already dead mice?
A small rescue centre in Ecuador, that cares for a number of animals rescued from the illegal pet trade. A fantastic place for volunteers interested in helping to save these animals and gain experience in captive animal care.
One of the most incredible places i’ve ever visited, and hopefully will again!