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Guyana – Hanging with Bats Expedition Diaries Guyana Project Sites 

Guyana – Hanging with Bats

Written by Thomas Horsley Photos Courtesy of Thomas Horsley & Andrew Snyder The Iwokrama Forest in central Guyana is a truly beautiful place. Walking through this pristine, previously untouched swath of habitat, you are inundated with an incredible diversity of wildlife. If you’ve managed to walk a transect or conduct a river survey without encountering some of the more common... Read More
Guyana – Reduced Impact Logging – is this a workable concept for biodiversity protection? Conservation Guyana Opwall News 

Guyana – Reduced Impact Logging – is this a workable concept for biodiversity protection?

Written by Dr Tim Coles Protecting forests from any form of exploitation as National Parks, Wildlife Preserves or any of a number of conservation categories, is a key component of forest and wildlife protection in most countries.  However, this strategy is never going to affect more than around 10% of the forests in a country (note there are exceptions to... Read More