Our Research Missions are part of our GO WILD Academy initiative. They are all about supporting students to get out into the bush! You will be living and working at one of our wildlife research hubs. The mission is to get out into the wild, collect data and build a picture of the ecosystem around you. Each student project has been developed by experienced Field Academics (Bush Scientists!). We make a point of working with local scientists and conservation programmes on all of our Missions.
Painted Dog Project
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
With less than 5,000 dogs remaining in the African wild, this project aims to understand populations and provide education and solutions to combat their rapid disappearance.
Dr. Greg Rasmussen
Brazil, South America
A biodiversity survey targeted to forward understanding of species diversity and abundance in developing parts of the Amazonian rainforest. Anacondas are a bioindicator species in this region.