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Steph Morgan
Steph Morgan
Steph has a science and communication background that she is putting to good use, writing about WWF’s work on the Development and Strategic Partnerships teams. Nature, wildlife, conservation – these are the things that inspire her every day and she believes that effective science communication is an integral part of conserving the planet.
 
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Birthday in Nepal
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure.

Gautam Paudyal
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure

Illegal wildlife trade: Life cut short
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure

Field guide: Searching for snow leopards
Rinjan Shrestha, a conservation scientist with WWF, has been studying snow leopards for the past 10 years. Join us as he takes us on a research adventure in Bhutan.

Leave a Legacy Month: Love for nature that still shines bright
One of the best parts of my job is meeting WWF’s most committed supporters. Just in time for Leave a Legacy Month, I spoke with Dieter Menzel about his passion for wilderness, ignited by his late wife, Oivi, and why he has chosen to remember WWF with a gift in his Will.