A New WILD, Part II

“Around a campfire, in the iMfolozi Wilderness of South Africa…our story began.” We’ve had the absolute pleasure of working with Dom Nero and Magnalux Pictures to create the second piece of our New WILD Story. This short video energetically shares...

A New WILD, Part I

As fallen leaves begin to outline our trails here in Colorado’s autumn, WILD prepares for its next season by writing the introduction to a new chapter. We have not one, but THREE exciting announcements to share with you in the next two weeks. Here’s Part I of...

WILD at the IUCN World Parks Congress

The IUCN World Parks Congress (WPC) meets only once every 1o years.  In the coming days, five of WILD’s program leaders and other close associates will be contributing significantly to the WPC program and conservation outcomes in Sydney, Australia. WPC 2014 is a...

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...

Conservation Photography: The Big Picture

We can be nature’s eyes. Conservation photography has been a long-time medium for furthering environmental issues and success stories. Beginning in the 1860’s with photographers like Ansel Adams & William Henry Jackson, these images have served as a...

Partnership extended between Rewilding Europe and WILD

The WILD Foundation and Rewilding Europe have extended their partnership by signing a ‘Collaborative Conservation Agreement’ for 2014-2015. The partnership will build on the successful cooperation thus far and will focus on building further upon the results of WILD10...

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...

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...

Keeping up with the ever-changing world of social media

If you are an avid follower of WILD’s communications, then you’re familiar with the ways that we share our updates. We post directly to our Talking WILD Blog, eLeaf newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, Flickr, Vimeo,...
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