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Nature’s Sure Connected: a practical framework and guidance for evidencing outcomes of landscape-scale conservation.

Dr Paul Tinsley-Marshall is the Conservation Evidence Manager at Kent Wildlife Trust, UK The Lawton Principles continue to guide the delivery of conservation in the UK, eleven years on from the publication of Making Space for Nature[1]. Lawton’s influential review outlined a need for more, bigger, better and joined spaces for nature, to create aContinue reading “Nature’s Sure Connected: a practical framework and guidance for evidencing outcomes of landscape-scale conservation.”

Bat conservation: an evidence-based approach

Dr Winifred Frick is Chief Scientist at Bat Conservation International I first learned about Conservation Evidence during a plenary talk by Dr. Paul Racey, Regius Professor Emeritus of Natural History from the University of Aberdeen, at the International Berlin Bat Meeting in 2017 on the theme ‘Are bats special as conservation targets?’ At the time,Continue reading “Bat conservation: an evidence-based approach”

The lonely tuatara

Will Morgan is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Conservation Evidence and is currently working on the Reptile Conservation synopsis. Two bird feeders hang on an apple tree in the front garden. One filled with peanuts, the other with sunflower hearts. I read online that gold finches have a particular fondness for sunflower hearts and so,Continue reading “The lonely tuatara”

From preservation to recovery: The role of nature reserves in a 21st century Wildlife Trust

Guest post by Dr Gareth Parry, Director for Nature’s Recovery, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Fundamental changes are needed if ambitions to halt and reverse wildlife declines are to become more than talk. Wildlife NGO’s (Non-Governmental Organisations) are quick to hold Governments to account for failing to meet targets for tackling biodiversity declines. The most recent failureContinue reading “From preservation to recovery: The role of nature reserves in a 21st century Wildlife Trust”

Publishing in the Conservation Evidence Journal

Our first blog introduced the concept of evidence-based conservation and the work being carried out by the team at Conservation Evidence and the collaborations with Evidence Champions. Here at our linked, online, peer reviewed, open access (and free to publish in) Conservation Evidence Journal, we publish studies that TEST conservation actions in order to addContinue reading “Publishing in the Conservation Evidence Journal”


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