17 août 2015

[Video] Beatriz Conde is part of the Nature Protection

Beatriz Conde is part of the Nature Protection Association Le Carouge and member of the LIFE +…
August 5th, 2015

Agami Heron conservation plan now available!

Following four years of work on the Agami Heron (Agamia agami) and several months of editing…
July 31st, 2015

[Video] Cock-of-the-rock: summary and perspectives

Looking back over five years of work towards protecting the Guianan Cock-of-the-rock in French…

[Video] Interview with Marc Salamolard: Why the name ’Tuit-tuit’?

The Réunion Cuckoo-shrike, better known on the island under the name ’tuit-tuit’, can trace its name to a meeting between an English ornithologist and a local gamekeeper. Marc Salamolard, the officer responsible for Fauna at the Réunion National Park, reviews the different names given to this bird and the reasons behind them.

Interview de Marc Salamolard : Pourquoi le tuit-tuit ?
L’Echenilleur de La Réunion, plus connu localement sous le nom de "tuit-tuit" tire son nom d’une rencontre entre un ornithologue anglais et d’un garde-chasse local. Marc Salamolard, Chargé de mission Faune au Parc de La Réunion revient sur les...

Keywords : Réunion, Roche-Ecrite Nature Reserve, Réunion Cuckoo shrike, Video