WildArk partners with numerous conservation organisations around the world committed to protecting fragile ecosystems and threatened species.
First Tasmanian devil joeys born on mainland Australia in the wild in 3,000 year...
25 May 2021
The wilds of mainland Australia are experiencing a special kind of baby boom—one that hasn’t happened there in more than 3,000 years. Aussie Ark, in partnership with Re:wild and WildArk, are celebrating the birth of 7 Tasmanian devil joeys born to adults released last year into a 400-hectare (1,000 acres) wild sanctuary for the first time ever.
Post-Fire Resilience and Recovery of the Endangered Smoky Mouse
01 April 2021
WildArk, Aussie Ark, and Global Wildlife Conservation awarded $15,977 from our Australian Endangered Species Recovery Fund to Native Mouse Ecological Consulting’s Dr. Phoebe Burns for her research project ‘Post-Fire Resilience of the Endangered Smoky Mouse (Pseudomys fumeus).
Critically Endangered Mountain Pygmy-Possums Receive Emergency Support
19 March 2021
WildArk, Aussie Ark, and Global Wildlife Conservation award $15,8000 to Zoos Victoria for their project ‘Supplementary feeding techniques and health analyses for the emergency support of the critically endangered Mountain Pygmy-possum.