Is it too hot for Zazu? Hornbills’ popularity is partly due to Zazu from the Walt Disney Picture film, The Lion King, but also due to their peculiar breeding strategy, in which the female seals herself inside the nesting cavity. Their characteristic long, down-curved and brightly colored bills make them one of the most striking […]
Do you have excellent communication skills and a good understanding of media relations and digital media strategies? The Cambridge Conservation Initiative is looking for you!
Are you looking to take your already strong communications skills to the next level? Rewilding Europe is seeking an enthusiastic and talented intern to join our communications team!
BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership. Through our unique local-to-global approach, we deliver high impact and long-term conservation for the benefit of nature and people.
We are looking for a Research Assistant to join our Science Division in the Global Secretariat, to support BirdLife’s work on assessing the IUCN Red List status of the world’s birds.
Ben jij een pro op het gebied van creatieve content en heb je veel kennis van de Noord-Hollandse natuur? Zou jij het geweldig vinden om jouw kennis en ervaring in te zetten voor een mooier Noord-Holland? Heb jij de creativiteit in huis om onze natuurorganisatie op de kaart te zetten met inspirerende natuurverhalen en vernieuwende content, lees dan vooral verder!
On May 4th 2019 the third edition of the Future For Nature Academy Day was held in Nijmegen. Members and visitors got to meet FFN Award winners Divya, Fernanda and Olivier. Host of the day was Art Rooijakkers, who went home inspired by our ideas of conservation through inspiration.
Panel Discussion Dutch Forestry Three visions on Dutch forest management discussed Climate change is one of the biggest future challenges of forest management. Experts are still divided about how to manage Dutch forests towards climate adaptation; should we interfere with natural forest processes or not? On March the 17th, Future For Nature Academy organized a […]
Crocodile Conservation It is one of the most worshipped and at the same time, most feared animals since time immemorial. Its rough skin and hazel eyes remind you of the ancient dinosaurs. It is an utterly fascinating creature that is threatened by the impact humans have on its environment. On the 25th of February, Matthew Shirley, […]
TNOC Festival FFNA went worldwide! From Melbourne to Mexico to Sweden, people participated in FFNAcademy’s workshop during The Nature Of Cities Festival (22-26 February). This being a rather large festival, our participants were likewise spread over different time zones, and while it was rather dark at 10 PM in the Netherlands, we even had someone […]
We are looking for enthusiastic field surveyors to join our Bat Team in 2021! This job gives you a great opportunity to gain experience in ecology and you will gain invaluable skills for future ecologists and bat research.