Elephant Collaring in Pafuri

Tracking animal movements is a key part in large-scale conservation, especially with keystone species such as bears, cougars, elephant and gorillas.  Knowing how animals move, seasonal variations and changes due to climate, development or other reasons, can inform...

On the Brink of Extinction – The Saiga Antelope

Saiga antelopes are one of the world’s most rapidly declining species.  Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the number of saiga has declined by over 90%, with populations scattered throughout Kaxakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Turkmenistan and...

Capacity Building Collaboration with EARTH University

One of WILD’s main priorities is capacity building – training people and giving them opportunities to work for a sustainable future.  Over the past several years, WILD has collaborated with EARTH University in Costa Rica to provide promising students a...
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