Introduction to Madagascar
(TPF) The Peregrine Fund— 18 September 1995 — in Madagascar Project Share
Three Years With Madagascar Fish Eagles (Ruth Tingay)
Ruth Tingay joined The Peregrine Fund's project in Madagascar in 1999 to study and understand the unusual breeding behavior we found in Madagascar Fish Eagles. Through this research she completed her Master's degree and has gone on to her Ph.D., both through Nottingham University, U.K. Ruth's focus and tenacity, and ability to turn adversity into "adventure," are great characteristics for any field biologist! Read her vivid account of three seasons of work in Madagascar's western wetlands, site of The Peregrine Fund's Madagascar Fish Eagle and Wetland Conservation Project.
Madagascar Field Notes, Fall 1995 (Rick Watson)
Rick joined The Peregrine Fund in 1990 to start up a new conservation project in Madagascar, and subsequently started a new project in Kenya and Ethiopia, and helped support others in Zimbabwe, South Africa and Ivory Coast. Director our The Peregrine Fund's international projects, Rick currently manages 15 projects in as many countries on three continents, including new efforts focused on the Asian Vulture Crisis (Pakistan, India and Nepal) and development of a regional program to conserve raptors in the Neotropics.
Our Conservation Projects
Species we work with
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