08th Dec 2013

Living with Elephants in Thailand

Living with Elephants in Chiang Mai, Thailand Do you love to travel? If you do, and if you have been thinking you want to change the world and you want...

08th Dec 2013

Chinese government creating secret demand for tiger trade alleges NGO (warning: graphic images)

The number of tigers being captive bred in China for consumption exceed those surviving in the wild—across 13 countries—by over a third, according to a new report by the Environmental...

01st Dec 2013
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Simply wildlife!

30th Nov 2013

A New Species of Wild Cat Found Prowling Brazilian Forests and Grasslands

A New Species of Wild Cat Found Prowling Brazilian Forests and Grasslands. Wild cats are charismatic creatures, so you’d think we’d know them all pretty well by now. Just how...

30th Nov 2013
Panda cubs eat apples at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu

Join Us for a Giant Panda Tour in China

Volunteer with the Giant Panda in China Work in China with Giant Pandas in the beautiful mountain region around Chengdu City (the capital of Sichuan Province). If you are interested...

19th Nov 2013

What happened to the elephants of Bouba Ndjida? [warning: graphic photos]

‘And also, they were alive when the poachers started to cut off their faces’—Celine Sissler-Bienvenu. Poached elephant on its knees with another lying dead behind it. Last year poachers killed an...

19th Nov 2013

Why it’s time to ban the ivory trade for good [warning: graphic images]

Elephant slaughtered at Galana Ranch. Photo by G. Cullen.     This week the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) announced a 14% decline in elephants in the Samburu/Laikipia ecosystem over the...

19th Nov 2013

62% of all Africa’s forest elephants killed in 10 years (warning: graphic images)

Forest elephant in Gabon   More than 60 percent of Africa’s forest elephants have been killed in the past decade due to the ivory trade, reports a new study published in the...

19th Nov 2013

‘The ivory trade is like drug trafficking’ (warning graphic images)

Confiscated elephant parts from poachers. Photo by: Nuria Ortega.     For the past five years, Spanish biologist Luis Arranz has been the director of Garamba National Park, in the...

19th Nov 2013

Elephant woes: Conservationists mixed on Elephant actions at CITES

Eleventh century horn made of ivory in Louvre. Today ivory is often used to make religious items for Catholics and Buddhists, among other decorative luxury-goods. To get ivory, poachers shoot...