Action for Mexico’s Water Forest

On 12 July, land owners conservationists, government authorities, national and international conservation organizations, scientists and business owners met to address the complex and highly urgent task of protecting, restoring and sustainably managing the Water...

Updated Blogroll

Just wanted to let everyone know that I’ve updated our Blogroll to include some really great new(er) blogs from our friends and partners!  Here’s a quick overview: Tierra Silvestre – A fantastic new blog by Ana Domínguez Pérez, who worked with WILD...

Collectors Item from the 1st World Wilderness Congress

Today, I received something very cool in my email inbox.  With hints of your mom’s old signed yearbook, this scan of the program from the 1st World Wilderness Congress (1977, South Africa) is most definitely a collectors edition.  Click through the slide-show...

International League of Conservation Writers site now live

The International League of Conservation Writers is a forum to bring writers together from all over the world who are writing to promote wilderness, nature, conservation, and other means to protect and restore the natural areas, habitats, animals, and plants of our...

Toasting to Wilderness in Africa with Mexican Tequila

The WILD Foundation was born in the African wilderness. Last month I was in Southern Africa to review a few of our projects, attend board meetings, and to be with our network of colleagues and friends who form the backbone of our work there for wilderness, wildlife...

New WILD9 Videos!

This week we posted another great chunk of WILD9 presentations on connectivity and wilderness and people — social issues and conservation solutions and agriculture and climate change.  Check out the links below to view these presentations: Connectivity in the...

Conservation-Rancher Parternship Assists Northern Jaguars

In a press release on 15 Feburary, Sky Island Alliance biologist Sergio Avila  commented:  “Northern jaguars are a reality and they want to stay. Jaguars don’t recognize political boundaries; instead they choose robust prey populations, open space and safe corridors....

New videos from WILD9!

This week we posted a handful more videos from WILD9 – all on connectivity. Connecting protected areas is critical for biodiversity and ensures ecosystem health at a functional scale. Wednesday at WILD9 (11 November 2009) focused on “Connecting WILD Nature.” Now...

WILD Scots

Scotland has its own type of wild-ness. I love it — lived there for 10 years in my 20’s and 30’s, and my children were born there. Though I knew it was time to go, I wept when I left the glens, shores and hills of the Highlands. During that time I realized that...
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