Mpala Research Centre in Laikipia, Kenya – home of explore’s Africa Cams – has a new director, scientist and naturalist Dino J. Martins. His career has focused on fostering greater awareness for science and research and their connections to conservation and human livelihoods.
East Coast Assistance Dogs (ECAD) is in the midst of Team Training! The service dogs have been matched up with people living with disabilities and the pairs are now bonding with each other and learning how to work with their new teammate.
We’ve seen a lot of great questions on the Walrus Cam from fans wanting to know more about tusks, how they grow, how they’re used, how they break, and how they’re analyzed to estimate a walrus’s age. Round Island “Walrus Wardens” Ryan Morrill and Ben Histand dig into your toothy inquiries.
The Puffin Burrow Cam is live again, and a pair of puffin parents are taking turns incubating their egg! Both adults are banded, and we’re calling on all of you Citizen Scientists to help read the bands and identify the puffins!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – spring, when the Puffins return to Seal Island! More great news, the Puffin Burrow Cam is live again, featuring a pair of puffin parents nesting with an egg.