Hi all, Adam here!

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Hi Everyone!

My name is Adam, in Cambodia with a small NGO, working toward Gibbon conservation incorporating indigenous communities.

Great to be here and look forward to connecting with more like minded people. I feel I have been out of the loop for a while in connecting with true conservationists, so hoping to have a little passion rekindled through all of you wonderful people, and some new perspectives. Life gets pretty insular in rural Cambodia!

Please feel free to connect if you find yourself this side on any of my contact channels, social media etc. 

Keep safe, keep it real, and keep having fun 

Adam X

Adam Roberts

Conservation Communications Consultant, Jahoo

Dice alumni, Conservation Biology MSc. Former nature guide & ranger in South Africa - Head of black Rhino monitoring. Wild food forager & educator. I am a passionate wildlife photographer and use this medium to tell natures stories surrounding myself and wherever I happen to be working. Particularly interested in forest & marine conservation but have worked in species specific conservation with Elephant, Lion & Rhino. Currently working in Cambodia with Jahoo, an indigenous community led Gibbon eco-tourism conservation program
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Thirza Loffeld 6 months ago

Welcome Adam, it's great to have you joining us! I look forward to learning more about your work with Jahoo - perhaps we should organise a WildHub Webinar on "conservation & indigenous communities" some time. What do you think? 

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Adam Roberts 6 months ago

Sounds like a fantastic idea :)

 

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Megan McDaniels 6 months ago

Hi Adam! I'm new to WildHub too and looking forward to connecting with community-based conservation practicioners like yourself. I live in rural Kenya and work at a wildlife research station, so I can definitely relate to feeling like my bubble is pretty small at times.

Gibbons have become one of my current favorite animals after watching behind-the-scenes videos of gibbons from one of my favorite US zoos, so I'm looking forward to seeing your photos of them and hearing stories!

Take care and be well. - Meg