Conservation is a tricky thing. It's about finding the balance between the needs of wildlife and mankind. It's about preserving what exists, saving what's diappearing, and encouraging what's naturally developing. WWT's (Wildlife & Wetlands Trust) work in Koshi Tappu, Nepal is a fascinating project that requires careful dedication to all these balances. In a nutshell, Koshi Tappu is a wetland that has been fished by local communities for generations upon generations.

There's a beautiful wetland in Nepal that's being destroyed-yet it's no ones fault. Seb Buckton reports on an innovative WWT (Wildlife & Wetlands Trust) project aimed at bringing the balance back to a pristine land.