Central America’s largest remaining forests are disappearing at a precipitous rate due to illegal cattle ranching, oil palm plantations, and other human-related activities, all of which are putting local communities and the region’s wildlife
Endangered greater adjutant chicks have successfully fledged from 175 nests in the Prek Toal Ramsar Site in Cambodia and disbursed across the country. The nests were protected for six months by conservationists from Cambodia’s
July 29 is Global Tiger Day!
It was designated as Global Tiger Day at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in 2010 to call attention to the severe decline of tigers in the wild. On this
Rafflesia, a flowering plant with no leaves and almost no stem, can easily be identified by its five leathery, speckled petals.
There are about 28 species of Rafflesia in the world, the most renowned being
Conservationists from the Ministry of Environment (MoE), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and local communities have discovered an Endangered masked finfoot nest for the first time in four years in the Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary
SIPITANG, Sabah: After a year-long preparation, the Heart of Borneo Highlands Eco Challenge 2, has finally kicked off in the highlands of Long Pa’ Sia’, participated by an enthusiastic group of adventurous people.
A photograph just released by PROO Tiger Center provides further evidence that tigers are re-colonizing lost habitat in Russia.
The image shows Svetlaya, an adult Amur tigress that was orphaned in the wild, raised in
KUCHING: Hilton Kuching is partnering with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia Program to achieve their multi-year sustainable seafood goals, which were announced on 8 June 2016.
The partnership saw a series of events and exhibitions
A new study by WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) has revealed how mining for valuable minerals in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a major driving factor in the illegal hunting of great apes
The first aerial assessment of the impact of South Sudan’s current civil war on the country’s wildlife and other natural resources shows that significant wildlife populations have so far survived, but poaching and commercial