Here we are with more Charity Updates for you! Here is the main news of the social causes that Henry Cavill is ambassador,Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Royal Marines Charity.
We start Up this week with a really cool tip, for you who like animals and nature and is thinking of engaging even more: The Durrell Post-Graduate Certificate in Species Management in Danger.
The course will be back in 2019 and you can learn useful skills for population monitoring, field sampling and practical skills in GIS. Besides to also having the opportunity to work with the veterinary and animal departments of Durrell, learning practical aspects of care and maintenance of animals in a captive environment.
Informações e inscrições através do site da Durrell. O prazo para inscrição é até 12 de outubro.
Information and registration through Durrell website. Until October 12.
Two little pigs of the Pygmy race that were critically endangered species were transferred to the Assam State Zoo, the only zoo in the world to house these rare species. The animals were transferred from the Pygmy Hog Pre-release Center, headquartered in Nameri, and have now joined two more pigs, which were transferred to the wildlife park in Guwahati earlier this year.
Read more at the Durrell website.
Jersey Zoo in celebration!
In fact who made the party were Badongo and Indigo. The last day of September 27 was the birthday of the two gorillas. Just take a look at this video, where they come out enjoying all their lovely gifts, although Indigo has almost been stolen by another gorilla.
Badongo and Indigo have been truly spoilt by the keepers for their birthday today! Here they are enjoying all of their lovely gifts, although Indigo almost had his stolen by another gorilla. 🎁🦍
Publicado por Jersey Zoo em Quinta-feira, 27 de setembro de 2018
Badongo and Indigo were really spoiled by the keepers! Gifts received included porridge, nuts, leaves, honey and marmite.
Photos: Freya Clark
Don’t forget to collaborate with the Go Wild Gorilla campaign. Just click: gwg.durrell.org/ and get informed about the project, and how to donate.
And this week was the Durrell Annual Meeting at the Jersey Zoo. Once a year, some Durrell employees in the UK and abroad, go to the zoo to meet with the Jersey team. And there they share and review the results, plan new strategies and actions, and debate on important issues.
Check out Durrell’s Twitter profile to learn about the talk and everything that happened during the Durrell Annual Meeting: twitter.com/DurrellWildlife.
Her Majesty’s Royal Marine Band of Collingwood opened the Royal Marines’ week with two stunning concerts at HMS Collingwood’s Millenium Hall. Under the direction of the new Music Director – Captain RM Tom Crane – they won the hearts and approval of the audience.
The upcoming periods promise to be quite busy for the band with exciting performances. Including the possibility of being seen playing at the Portsmouth Guildhall, #RemembranceDay weekend. To know everything about, just visit the Royal Navy’s website and who knows, securing seats in some of the upcoming events.
Another significant event for the RM was the landing of the F-35 jets at HMS Queen Elizabeth, where Nathan Gray – Commander Royal Marines, and Andy Edgell – RAF Squad Leader, made history by landing the aircraft for the first time on the British Royal Navy aircraft carrier.
— Royal Navy (@RoyalNavy) September 29, 2018
Commander Gray also became the first pilot to take off using the ski slope of the of 500 takeoffs and scheduled landings to take place over the next few weeks, where the jets will be tested under various weather and sea conditions.
Visit the Royal Marines Navy Website and see more about HMS Queen Elizabeth’s official activities, which will start only after 2021 and will provide humanitarian relief and disaster relief, strengthen defense relations with the Allies and support the British military throughout the world.
Last weekend’s RMA RFC – Royal Marines Rugby Football Club – competed against a team of Veterans of Gibraltar at an annual fundraising event which featured The Royal Marines Charity as beneficiary of the amount collected.
The Royal Marines Rugby Football Club is a virtual affiliate of the Royal Marines Association RFC which is made up of Royal Marines officers and ex-members and members of the Royal Navy – The event raised over £ 16,000 and RMA RFC President Brigadier Bill Durnham handed the check to Danny Cox, President of The Royal Marines Charity .
The MRCs were super happy with this donation and thanked the RFC of the Royal Marines Association as well as the Gibraltar RFC and the Governor of Gibraltar Lieutenant General Edward Davis CB CBE. Learn more about this event and all the partnerships involved by visiting the Royal Marines Charity Website.
Next weekend, 13 and 14 October, the Commando Challenge will take place in Woodbury Common, Exmouth – Devon.The resistance courses are already available, to know more just click on the the Royal Marines Commando Challenge website.
The event, which has already featured the Henry Cavill’s participation, is a resistance training conducted by the RM. Participants crawl, race, swim and fight through the mud and various obstacles that are part of the Challenge that includes tunnels, pipes, swimming pools and an underwater gutter, all in the name of charity.
This was another weekly summary of the activities of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and Royal Marines Charity. Do as Henry Cavill and embrace a cause!
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