WildArk partners with numerous conservation organisations around the world committed to protecting fragile ecosystems and threatened species.
Uncharted Forests: Interview with Ruben Foquet
03 March 2021
Ruben Foquet grew up in Belgium where his love of grasshoppers and experiences volunteering on a large nature reserve near his home, ignited his fascination with the natural world and led him into the wilds of Africa where he now lives and works. Ruben is professionally engaged in forest restoration as a Projects Support Officer for NGO WeForest, as well as volunteer project leader for BINCO (Biodiversity Inventory for Conservation).
Australian Gliders Receive Recovery Grant
05 February 2021
Wild Ark, Aussie Ark, and Global Wildlife Conservation award $16,000 to Native Mouse Ecological Consulting (NMEC) and Atkins Ecological Contracting (AEC) for their project ‘Testing the post-fire resilience of the Yellow-bellied and Greater Glider in Far East Gippsland.
Interview with Pete Walsh of Hobart Rivulet Platypus Community Organisation
19 January 2021
Australia’s most iconic species, the egg-laying, duck-billed, flat-tailed platypus, is disappearing before our eyes. According to a recent study, urbanisation and climate change are the biggest threats to platypuses across Australia. The Hobart Rivulet Platypus community organization is dedicated to the conservation and protection of platypuses living in the Hobart Rivulet in Tasmania. It aims to minimise threats to platypuses living in this urban environment and we chatted to organisation founder Pete Walsh to find out more.
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