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4
Dec

Interview with Roger Samba, winner of the WWF Getty Award

4
Dec

Interview with Becky Hill (Radio Reverb)

4
Dec

Climate Change in Andavadoaka

4
Dec

Bird song in Andavadoaka

1. Whimbrel Greenshank and White fronted Plover {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/10.Whimbrel,Greenshank_and_White_fronted_Plover.mp3{/play} 2. Crickets {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/02.Crickets.mp3{/play} 3. Madagascar coucal {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/03.Madagascar_coucal.mp3{/play} 4. Souimanga Sunbird and Madagascar Coucal {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/04.Souimanga_Sunbird_and_Madagascar_Coucal.mp3{/play} 5. Madagascar Black Swift {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/05.Madagascar_Black_Swift.mp3{/play} 6. Sub-Desert Brush Warbler {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/06.Sub-Desert_Brush_Warbler.mp3{/play} 7. Madagascar Magpie-Robin {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/07.Madagascar_Magpie-Robin.mp3{/play} 8. Madgascar Cisticola {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/08.Madgascar_Cisticola.mp3{/play} 9. Madagascar Hoopoe {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/09.Madagascar_Hoopoe.mp3{/play} 10. Mole Cricket {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/01.Mole_Cricket.mp3{/play} 11. Madagascar Fody {play}http://blueventures.org/images/downloads/audio/birdsong/11.Madagascar_Fody.mp3{/play}
4
Dec

Andavadoaka, winners of the UNDP Equator prize (BBC World Service)

4
Dec

BBC Radio 4 – Excess Baggage

4
Dec

Madagascar’s sea nomads

4
Dec

Interview with Al Harris, National Geographic Weekender

4
Dec

Alternative livelihoods for fisherwomen

17
Nov

Malagasy conservationist receives award for work with no-take areas

Original story published on MPA news on 15 November 2008. Roger Samba, a community leader and conservationist in Madagascar, has received a US $200,000 prize from conservation organization WWF in recognition of his work to establish community-managed fishing closures in his country.  Samba organized what is believed to be the world's first no-take zone to ...
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