Pigeons in Conservation by Elizabeth Tatham

Pigeons in Conservation By Elizabeth Tatham The feral pigeon (Columba livia)is a streetwise bird descended from domesticated rock doves (also C. livia). Unlike its cliff-dwelling ancestor, its presence has permeated every urban precipice across the globe. It is no secret that feral pigeons are neither cute, ‘exotic’ or rare. But then again, since when was … Continue reading Pigeons in Conservation by Elizabeth Tatham

Apply for Committee Trinity 2021-Hilary 2022!

APPLICATIONS FOR OUR NEW COMMITTEE ARE NOW OPEN!Are you a student at Oxford who is interested in connecting people with conservation experts? If so, then we are excited to announce that applications for our next committee (Trinity term 2021 - Hilary Term 2022) are now open! Fill out a short application form here: https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLScW4zVey0F.../viewform...Read about … Continue reading Apply for Committee Trinity 2021-Hilary 2022!

Review: The Conservation Revolution

Our very own Practical Conservation Officer, Jamie Walker, reads and reviews The Conservation Revolution! We would love to hear your thoughts, so do shoot us a message or comment below! The Conservation Revolution: Radical Ideas for Saving Nature Beyond the Anthropocene by Bram Büscher and Robert Fletcher Being a conservationist is difficult. Looking down the … Continue reading Review: The Conservation Revolution

TT Newsletter Series 2

FIFTH WEEK NEWSLETTERWelcome to another weekly update about all things conservation related. Find out this week about carnivorous peat bog plants, some promising news about coral reefs and how you can both watch and help conserve wildlife across the globe.We would also like to thank everyone who applied for committee positions this week, we now … Continue reading TT Newsletter Series 2