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Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Fiji

Frontier

Globally, and within Fiji, data is deficient for many shark species, which provides a barrier to effective management. Frontier’s research is based around the island of Beqa, recognised as a critical area for shark protection, yet in desperate need of further study.  The aim of Frontier’s shark project is to collect data on the ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Wildlife, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Australia

Frontier

Queensland is the second-largest and third-most-populous state in Australia and is home many of the close to 1000 different bird species, over 700 reptile species and almost 400 mammal species that are found in Australia. With an area of 1,852,642 km2, Queensland is enormous and still overwhelmingly undeveloped and untouched by contemporary human ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Belize

Frontier

Nestled in Central America on the Caribbean coast between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize lies at the centre of the Mesoamerican "biodiversity hotspot". Pristine subtropical forests provide a refuge for wildlife and conceal ancient Mayan ruins, whilst the warm clear waters of the Caribbean lap sandy Cayes offering access to the world’s second ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Belize

Frontier

Nestled in Central America on the Caribbean coast between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize lies at the centre of the Mesoamerican "biodiversity hotspot". Pristine subtropical forests provide a refuge for wildlife and conceal ancient Mayan ruins whilst the warm clear waters of the Caribbean lap sandy Cayes offering access to the world’s second ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Wildlife, Environmental Work)
Location(s): China

Frontier

China is a land of mesmerising and awe-inspiring contradictions. As the world’s oldest continuous civilisation, travel around China can lead you down a path of rich antiquity. Tempt yourself with out of this world flavours from tender Peking duck, sizzling meats in night markets and slurp down everlasting bowls of Lanzhou noodles. Enliven ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Rainforest, Wildlife)
Location(s): Costa Rica

Frontier

At first glance, Corcovado National Park on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is a mere pin prick on the world map, covering a measly 0.03% of the world’s landmass. This makes it even more astonishing that an incredible 4% of the world’s species call the park home and that it is, as described by National Geographic, ‘one of the ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Rainforest, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Costa Rica

Frontier

Set between its tropical Caribbean and Pacific coasts, Costa Rica is one of the most breath-taking countries in the world. Even though it covers just 0.03% of the world’s landmass, it is home to an incredible 500,000 species including jaguars, pumas, four species of monkeys and five species of turtle. This is the highest density of species ...more details

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Rainforest, Wildlife)
Location(s): Costa Rica

Frontier

Set between tropical Caribbean and Pacific coasts, Costa Rica is one of the most breathtaking countries in the world. Even though it covers just 0.03% of the world’s landmass, it is home to an incredible 500,000 species including jaguars, sloths, spider monkeys and five species of turtle.  Join this incredible project to experience ...more details

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