Studying the Wild Dhole Part 1 – Why Dholes?

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More


Studying the Wild Dhole Part 2 – Do We Have a Plan B?

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More


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    Studying the Wild Dhole Part 3 – How Elephants are Related to a Fire Alarm

Studying the Wild Dhole Part 3 – How Elephants are Related to a Fire Alarm

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More


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    Studying the Wild Dhole Part 4 – Monitor Lizards and Pick-Up Sticks

Studying the Wild Dhole Part 4 – Monitor Lizards and Pick-Up Sticks

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More


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    Studying the Wild Dhole Part 5 – Happy (Belated) Valentine’s Day

Studying the Wild Dhole Part 5 – Happy (Belated) Valentine’s Day

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More


Thailand Bound: Searching for Wild Dhole Part 2

The Minnesota Zoo is well known for its 485 acre facility in Apple Valley, Minnesota – just minutes away from the Mall of America. However Read More


Thailand Bound: Searching for Wild Dhole Part 1

The Minnesota Zoo is well known for its 485 acre facility in Apple Valley, Minnesota – just minutes away from the Mall of America. However Read More


Studying Wild Dholes in Thailand – May 2014

Dr. Kate Jenks is a Conservation Biologist at the Minnesota Zoo. She was recently in Thailand leading the Zoo’s efforts to save endangered dholes (otherwise Read More

Wednesday, May 21, 2014|Conservation, Dhole Conservation|