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Second Video Report

By on 15th May 2017

15th May 2017:

Jomsom to Muktinath Temple and Kagbeni. Excuse the word slurring…very tired!!!

First Video Report

By on 12th May 2017

First Day – Pokhara

12th May 2017: I hope you enjoy my first Video Field-Report, and a few new photos from my first day in Pokhara.

First Day In Nepal!

By on 9th May 2017

9th May 2017: First day with the Centre for Molecular Dynamics after 3 years of emailing ….and what can I say, this lab has blown me away!!! After giving a brief talk I was given the tour and an official Nepali welcome.

This is the first lab I’ve visited that takes a completely holistic approach to solving environmental problems.

This will be a big collaboration….already we’re planning on giving a talk to USAID reps to try and access significant funding….and Dibesh has many other ideas. I’m so excited and beyond grateful viagra canada over the counter!!


Dr. Natalie Schmitt

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Heading Off Today…

By on 7th May 2017

7th May 2017: Heading off to Nepal today to head out with the Centre for Molecular Dynamics to Upper Mustang in search of snow leopards…..this expedition is a dream come true for me and if you keep coming back to this page on my website, or like the project’s facebook page, you’ll get updates!!! Thank you to all of you who have supported me on this journey….its a lonely one but well worth it I reckon! x


Dr. Natalie Schmitt



ABC Radio Hobart – Interview Before Departing For Nepal:

By on 6th May 2017

ABC Radio Hobart – Interview Before Departing For Nepal:

Just before I head off for the airport, here is the radio interview I did with ABC Radio Hobart a few days ago:


Dr. Natalie Schmitt


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This is where we write about Nat’s work on making documentary films…


By on 2nd May 2016

A Voice For Wildlife:

In addition to her work as a scientist, Dr. Natalie Schmitt is also a documentary film maker, presenter and actor. These many talents have allowed her to effectively communicate her experience in the fields of population genetics, Antarctic research and the tracking of rare and elusive species, to mainstream audiences around the world.

She has appeared as a scientific expert in a series for the Discovery Channel, was featured in an adventure series on the Weather Channel, and even played a character in a much loved Australian soap opera.

Natalie was also assistant director on a documentary on the Tasmanian Devil for Storyteller Media and has appeared in countless commercials for Australian television.



By on 2nd May 2016

This is where we write about Nat’s work as an actress…


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