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Putting together a project
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Scientific research
Fundraising
Rat eradication
Ecological restoration
Captive breeding
Reintroduction
Education
Training
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A conservation project is a bit like a jigsaw puzzle. There are lots of different pieces and they need to be put together in a certain order. Every piece is precious. If you lose one, you won't be able to finish the jigsaw.
Before you even start the puzzle, it's best to work out how you are going to tackle it. In conservation, careful planning is the most important piece of the jigsaw. It helps to make sure that the other pieces of the project fall into place (see First Things First).
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