WildArk partners with numerous conservation organisations around the world committed to protecting fragile ecosystems and threatened species.
Saving the Titi Colony From Extinction on Kapiti Island, New Zealand.
20 June 2022
Department of Conservation staff on Kāpiti Island, including a trained seabird detection dog, began a 3-year project to save the dwindling tītī /sooty shearwater population on the iconic island in early December 2021. READ MORE
Koala Rewilding Project set to see return of koalas to the wild on NSW sanctuary
15 June 2022
Conservation organisations WildArk and Aussie Ark, in partnership with Australian ice-cream company Connoisseur and UK ice-cream company NUII, have launched an ambitious project to rewild a population of Koalas on Mongo Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Upper Mongogarie, NSW. READ MORE
Planting for the Future – an ambitious campaign to plant 100,000 trees!
03 May 2022
Conservation organisations, Aussie Ark, WildArk and Rewild in partnership with the Australian Reptile Park, have launched an ambitious campaign to help plant 100,000 trees throughout their Mongo Valley and Barrington Wildlife Sanctuaries. READ MORE