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Nigel Winser
Kenya born life scientist. Career with RGS London and Earthwatch working with world's top field scientists and those committed to sustainability.
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Nigel Winser Dec 3
Today (4th) is the 'Changing the Game' fund raiser by the African Wildlife Foundation africanwildlifefoundation at Somerset House. This includes a fabulous 'Silent Auction' open to all on…
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Nigel Winser Dec 3
Very pleased to be with Sarah Hammond and the team today to be given the new map of the Bowditch Seamount north of Bermuda mapped by the 2016 XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey,…
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Nigel Winser Dec 3
Very pleased to be with Sarah Hammond and the team today to be given the new map of Bowditch Seamount off Bermuda mapped in 2016 XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey, Nekton Mission…
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Nigel Winser Nov 30
Thank you Ranger Cyrus Kisio and Charlie Hart (from Oxford) for this wonderful trail-camera photo of a young male leopard shortly after sunrise in the Il Ngwesi Conservancy in north…
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Nigel Winser Nov 29
Just arrived at home today - Spring booklet of broad range of RGS-IBG lectures in London (Monday nights) and regions around UK. Great speakers including Steve Blackshall, Isabella Tree,…
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Nigel Winser Nov 27
Happy Birthday riannetenhaken ❤️💚💙 🇳🇱 pioneer and explorer - happy memories of our trip to south Oman. Lots of love from all at Old Forge xxxx 🐾🌷🐾🌷 @ Sultanate Of…
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Nigel Winser Nov 26
So proud to be with Jeneria from who was shortlisted for the 2019 tusk_org African Conservation Awards last Thursday. Always an inspiring and humbling evening. Thank you…
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Nigel Winser Nov 25
The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, the Horse and the Polar Bear. Thank you charliemackesy for giving us all such joy - nickiemathias - inquisitive 'The same thing…
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Nigel Winser Nov 21
Last Monday - Jane Rumble (FCO), Camilla Nichols (AHT), David Vaughn (BAS) - chaired Professor Klaus Dodds - describing the discovery of Antarctica and a look to the future governed by the…
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Nigel Winser Nov 21
With Rashid Al Junaibi today to celebrate Oman's National Day at the lunchtime reception hosted by the Oman Ambassador and his colleagues from the Embassy. Wonderful to catch up with…
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Nigel Winser Nov 17
Tusk Conservation Awards 2019 - watch the ceremony through Tusk's Facebook livestream as from 6.30pm GMT on Thursday 21st November, live from the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square.…
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Nigel Winser Nov 16
Jonathan Kingdon - still the best field guide for African travellers. And perfect for rucksacks. A compilation from Kingdon's magnum opus 6 volume 'Mammals of Africa'. Now is the time to…
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Nigel Winser Nov 15
Bunched. How kind. Thank you Spike, Jessie, Martin, Paul and the Explore team for bunching at the end of rgsexplore ob Sunday night. These now in bloom at home and much…
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Nigel Winser Nov 13
'Life is meeting' - especially at the RGS at rgsexplore. So wonderful to catch up with friends old and new this weekend. And good luck with your project to photograph the…
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Nigel Winser Nov 11
Thank you Oliver Beardon and our team for an empowering talk about your marine projects around the British Isles including micro-plastics research. Love your…
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Nigel Winser Nov 11
Contributing to the global audit of pristine tropical forests. Great account by Matt Jones, Rosie Wright and Maryam Jamilah of their biodiversity study of the Usun Apau plateau, Sarawak -…
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Nigel Winser Nov 9
Explore 2019 begins. Wonderful to have paulroseexplorer at the helm for the next two days, as we all get briefed on new and exciting ways to complete the geographical audit of our planet…
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Nigel Winser Nov 8
A great start to Explore 2019 tonight. Paul Rose paulroseexplorer welcoming Oxford geneticist George Busby who spoke about their Mobile Malaria Project assessing the resilience of…
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Nigel Winser Nov 8
Heading to the RGS for the 43rd 'Explore' weekend and so looking forward to meeting up with friends old and new. Hope to see you there. rgsexplore @ Royal Geographical Society…
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Nigel Winser Nov 7
We never tired of the view from the incredible Il Ngwesi lodge, looking north to the Matthews Range and the newly named Milk Hill. Elephants heading to the river to the Ngare Ndare river…
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