Caring for Wild Things
10 September 2019
When you meet Annie Crowley, it’s easy to understand why animals are drawn to her kind and caring nature. Chair of the Northern Rivers branch of WIRES (one of Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisations) and a wildlife carer, Annie has turned her home in Byron Bay, into a refuge for injured, orphaned, or displaced wildlife.
Inspirational stories from wild places and the people fighting to protect them!
Join Us To Help Save The Amazon
29 August 2019
Over the past week, we have watched the worlds largest tropical forest go up in flames. Hundreds of thousands of trees have turned to ash, and with them, millions of tons of carbon released into the atmosphere. WildArk and our friends at SIPP Instant have teamed up to donate $10,000 to the Amazon Forest Fund.
Why Protecting Bats is Crucial to our Survival
28 August 2019
Do you love mangoes, bananas or coffee? You have bats to thank! Bats are natures unsung heroes, often misunderstood and feared by people; they play a vital role in keeping ecosystems healthy.
Searching For Snow Leopards
12 August 2019
From researching whales in Antarctica, to travelling the world as a TV presenter, Natalie Schmitt’s professional career has taken her to some of the wildest places on earth, to research and report on some of the world’s most elusive species.
Fighting The Good Fight
08 July 2019
John Garcia was a college student when a family trip to Africa changed his life forever.
Rufunsa Rhino Conservancy Photo Gallery
07 July 2019
Images of Rufunsa Rhino Conservancy