It’s Pronounced “FOO-sa”


My friends managing the My Wonderful World blog posted an interview today with ecologist, National Geographic Emerging Explorer, and all-around great guy Luke Dollar. He describes his decision to pursue a career in conservation science after finding a forest he wandered in as a child abruptly clear-cut, his work with Madagascar’s fossa (the island’s largest endemic predator—it’s pronounced “FOO-sa”), grassroots efforts to engage the Malagasy people in wildlife conservation, and citizen science with EarthWatch volunteers.

Read the interview here!

Fossa photograph by Luke Dollar