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The Wildlife Conservation Society protect more than two million square miles of wild places, in over 50 countries across the world. Their mission statement is to save wildlife and wild places through science, conservation action, education, and inspiring people to value nature. Visit their webpage to learn more –

The WCS is an organisation that I massively respect and I am incredibly excited to let you know that I been offered (and have accepted) a job working for them as their Director of Finance and Administration in Noable-Ndoki National Park, in the Republic of the Congo. I start next week and I cannot wait!

For those of you who have been following this blog for a while, this will be based just four hours downriver from the site in the Central African Republic where I have been volunteering since last year. So this means that life in the rainforest will continue!

I will keep this brief for now, but I plan to continue this blog and I will write again with more news soon.

Thank you to everyone who has supported me over the last year and has helped me get to this point, it is hugely appreciated and could not be done without you.

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  1. Keep up the great work Nick and many congratulations on your new role. Your old school is super proud of you and we love hearing all your news.


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Rwanda. Le pay des mille collines. #remarkablerwanda Rainy season sunsets Having an "office job" isn't so bad when occasionally your desk is a speedboat on a Congo river.
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