During the summer months the centre employed Chloe Nater as an intern with the testing and development of The Wild North code of conduct for Arctic fox her main tasks. During two research field trips to the Hornstrandir Nature Reserve, Chloe was able to to see first hand the effectivness and effecs of the code both on the tourists and the foxes themselves,
and before leaving the centre at the end of her internship Chloe made a presentation to our local partners and tour operators on her findings and knowledge of the best practice for minimal negative effects on the foxes.
The Wild North is currently working on a new and much improved public focused web-site to enable people to find and use operatirs who comply with The Wild North codes of conduct, assist in the research and live by the same principles of sustainable wildlife managment. The project will also release its first booklet, conatining all the codes of coduct which will be availible at all partner locations to greater enable people to understand the wildlifearound them and the best methods to have a positive experience, bith for the animals and themselves.