Team Rhino: Conservation Groups Unite for World Rhino Day

Since the day The WILD Foundation was born in the African wilderness, we’ve dedicated a tremendous amount of time and energy to protecting Africa’s magnificent rhinos. Our founder Dr Ian Player is well known as being the initiator and team leader of the...

Wild!

Photos and blog by Geoff Dalglish Wild … it is arguably my favourite word and it is both a delicious state of being and an enticing place. I love the way it rolls off the tongue, almost like a caress … or reverberates when I shout it, echoing off the walls of...

Mali poachers caught!… A superb response to a tragedy

We have good news! After the tragic poaching incident of 13-14 May, we received a superb response from many of our supporters and the Malian government. Thank you to everyone who helped out!  The incident was a tragedy, but the response within Mali was extraordinary,...

Biomatrix Water: Bringing nature back to cities

WILD is pleased to announce our partnership, through our WILD Cities Project, with Biomatrix Water!  Biomatrix is an ecological design, education & technology company that researches, builds and operates projects that enhance urban quality of living through...

Slaughter at Indamane

*For security reasons, no images of our Mali team will appear in these blogs for the foreseeable future The single biggest poaching incident occurred on the full moon night of the 13th/14th May. Our initial information was that five elephants had been gunned down at...

The Big Crane Migration to Small Town Nebraska

One of the greatest migrations in all of North America was taking place as I raced eastward away from the setting sun. I was leaving behind bustling, nature-minded Boulder, Colorado nestled in the foothills of the Rockies, and headed towards the little Nebraskan farm...

Vietnamese pop duo to help stop horror of rhino poaching

WILD works to protect wildlife, especially in Africa and with iconic species, in numerous ways, from direct anti-poaching to community-based management and empowerment. We have been doing this a long time, beginning  in the early 1960’s in South Africa with our...

Why do the local people protect the elephants?

Mali Elephant Project update Sometimes in conservation we have been reticent to ask local people what they think and feel about wildlife in case they are less than enthusiastic! In reality what they usually don’t want is to have their livelihoods diminished and their...
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