Blog : From The Field

Tarsiers: Up Close and Personal With the World’s Smallest Primate

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 25th Sep 2017

WorkingAbroad blogger, Brenna Saunders, writes about her experiences at a wildlife sanctuary in the Philippines.

WorkingAbroad 20th Anniversary

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 18th Jun 2017

WorkingAbroad blogger, Charlotte Laursen celebrates the 20th Anniversary of Working Abroad in her latest blog

May Update from our Ocean Research and Marine Conservation Programme

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 31st May 2017

Minke Witteveen, ORCA Foundation Researcher, gives the latest update from the team in South Africa.

Spring Update from our Ocean Research and Marine Conservation Programme

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 8th Apr 2017

Minke Witteveen, ORCA Foundation Researcher, gives the latest update from the team in South Africa.

First 2017-update from our Ocean Research and Marine Conservation Programme

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 3rd Feb 2017

Minke Witteveen, ORCA Foundation Researcher, gives this year's first update from the team in South Africa.

Reflections of a Conservation Volunteer in Africa

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 25th Jan 2017

In this blog post, volunteer David Booth describes first-hand his experiences of working as a conservation volunteer in Africa, as well as providing some great photos from his travels.

Reflections following working as a volunteer on a turtle conservation project in Costa Rica

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 15th Nov 2016

Volunteer Rosemary Jambert-Gray tells us about the experiences she had during her time volunteering at the Ostional Refugio National de Vida Silvestre in Costa Rica.

March Research Update from our Ocean Research and Marine Conservation Programme

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 20th Apr 2016

Minke Witteveen, ORCA Foundation Researcher, gives an update from the team in South Africa.

Acoustic and Photo-ID Research on Humpback Whales

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 5th Apr 2016

Ilka Beith joined Sea Search Africa as an intern for two months. Here she describes her acoustic and photo-ID research on humpback whales.

Bahati’s Lucky Break

Posted by WorkingAbroad Projects on 6th Feb 2016

Out fishing in Mida Creek one morning 13 year old Amos and 12 year old Elvis stumbled across a hawksbill turtle caught up in the mangrove roots. Luckily the juvenile was still alive and they knew just what to do.