WildArk partners with numerous conservation organisations around the world committed to protecting fragile ecosystems and threatened species.
Introducing the NUII Peace Project to Protect Desert Elephants in Namibia
06 May 2020
The NUII Peace Project, a partnership between WildArk, NUII and Elephant Human Relations Aid (EHRA), takes place in the Erongo Region of southwest Namibia. Namibia is home to 150 critically endangered desert-adapted elephants.
Fascinating Facts: Wild Dogs
29 April 2020
Also known as the Cape Hunting Dog, Spotted Dog, Painted Dog or Painted Wolf, the African Wild Dog is one of Africa’s most misunderstood carnivores. The Wild Dog is recognised as Africa’s most endangered predator with only between 3000 and 5000 left in the wild.
Bears on the Frontline
22 April 2020
Drew Hamilton has been fighting the threat of Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Region for over a decade. A wilderness guide and Board President of not-for-profit Friends of McNeill River, Drew has spent thousands of hours out in the wilderness and in the company of what many would consider Alaska’s most iconic species, the brown bear.
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