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03/21/2017 at 10:28. Facebook
Less than one month to go before Steve and Helen Backshall embark on their mammoth 125-mile kayak to save Malaysian Borneo's threatened forests with World Land Trust.

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03/17/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
Estancia la Esperanza reserve in Argentinian Patagonia recorded an unusual visitor last month, with repeated sightings of a Humpback Whale from the coast of the reserve.

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03/17/2017 at 15:04. Facebook
#FridayPhoto It's not all about the Orang-utan in Malaysian Borneo... the rainforest also holds amazing insect diversity, such as this incredible Orange-tailed Marsh Dart.

Photo credit: Bernard Dupont
Happy Monday! Hope everyone is feeling better about today than this Black Howler Monkey in Paraguay.

Photo: Guyra Paraguay
Friday photo: An amazing camera trap shot of the rare and elusive Giant Armadillo, recorded in Paraguay's Dry Chaco. This image was recorded thanks to Conacyt and provided courtesy of WLT partner Guyra Paraguay., working with the CCCI (Centro Chaqueño para la Conservación e Investigación).
World Land Trust doesn't have an EOCA project this year, but you can still vote for this great project from our friends at Third Millennium Alliance: Reserva Jama-Coaque, working to preserve the last remnants of Ecuador's coastal Pacific Forest.

Vote Now to help TMA win funds from the European Outdoor Conservation Association!

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Tickets are still available for dinner with Steve Backshall and Helen Glover, helping to save threatened habitat in Borneo.

Dinner with Steve and Helen Backshall

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World Land Trust is pleased to announce this unique opportunity to meet Steve and Helen on Thursday 23 March.

This event is a fundraiser to support Steve & Helen in their bid to raise £100,000 to conserve the Kinabatangan corridor in Malaysian Borneo.

Tickets include champagne on arrival and a delicious three-course dinner with wine. There will also be an auction and raffle.

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Dinner with Steve and Helen Backshall

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Grab them before they're gone! - tickets to dinner with Steve Backshalll and Helen Backshall, a fundraising event for World Land Trust.

World Land Trust is pleased to announce this unique opportunity to meet Steve and Helen on Thursday 23 March.

Tickets include champagne on arrival and a delicious three-course dinner with wine. There will also be an auction and raffle.

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Caucasian Lynx caught on camera by WLT partner Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets
Happy #WorldWildlifeDay! What will you be doing to celebrate?

Proboscis Monkey in Borneo © Astrid Munoz.

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Training update from the amazing Steve and Helen Backshall.

You can now donate via text - send SBHG17 plus £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070.

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WLT Patrons Sir David Attenborough and Steve Backshall speak out on bridge construction in Borneo which threatens endangered species.

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David Attenborough attacks plan for Borneo bridge

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World Land Trust Patron Steve Backshall explains why he is fundraising to save threatened habitat in Borneo.

You can now donate via Paypal or by texting SBHG17 plus the amount (in £) to 70070.

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Guest blog: Wildlife ecologist Saakje Hazenberg, who has a decade of experience in working with Canadian wolves, visited the snow-covered wilderness of the Caucasus Wildlife Refugeto share her expertise on wolf behaviour and how to track these elusive predators.

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Update from World Land Trust Patron Steve Backshall and Helen about their training to kayak 125 miles to help save threatened habitat in Borneo.

You can Sponsor Steve and Helen using the following link:

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Travel company Wildlife Worldwide are supporting World Land Trust’s Borneo project with their ‘Festival of Wildlife’ event in Borneo’s Danum Valley.

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Make sure to check out Nathalie Heseltine's exhibition at Blackheath Halls from 1 March to 13 April, supporting WLT with her fantastic wildlife collages.