Inspirational stories from wild places and the people fighting to protect them!
The Rufunsa Rhino Conservancy Story
27 June 2019
The Rufunsa Rhino Conservancy is WildArk’s fourth biodiversity project in partnership with the Zambian Wildlife Warriors and the Rufunsa community.
The Buffer Zone
27 June 2019
The Rufunsa Rhino Conservancy is situated in the Rufunsa Municipality, 1 hour 20 minutes drive from Lusaka along the East road to Mozambique.
Video: Medical Support for the People of Tuke
24 March 2019
Video: Educating the Next Generation at Tuke Village
19 March 2019
WildArk is passionate about providing every child at Tuke with the opportunity for education. The village has a school that was generously constructed by German missionaries that cater for students up to year 9.
Video: Scientific Exploration of Tuke Rainforest Conservancy
14 March 2019
In late 2018, a WildArk team returned to our Tuke Rainforest Conservancy along with two highly acclaimed scientists: Professor Joseph Holtum and Terry Reardon to do some preliminary research into the biodiversity of this region.
Video: Return to Tuke Rainforest Conservancy
12 March 2019
In August 2016, three members of the Tuke community set out on a journey from their village in the Nakanai Mountains of New Britain, Papua New Guinea to the coastal town of Kimbe on a critical mission to save their village life and pristine forest.