Tree Species of the Bald Hills Landscape

Tree Species of the Bald Hills Landscape

The Bald Hills savannas of the north-central Maya Mountains transition to pine-oak forests to broadleaved rainforests, resulting in a rich array of tree species across the landscape. Learn more about the ecological principles that explain these transitions in our...
The Success of the Women-Led Cooperative, Imbereheza Gahunga

The Success of the Women-Led Cooperative, Imbereheza Gahunga

Athanasie Mukabizimungu became a leader in her community in rural Rwanda when she championed a water project. It enabled effective rain water catchment while minimizing threats to gorillas from people entering the Volcanoes National Park for resource collection. This...
Two Years Together as Wild Earth Allies

Two Years Together as Wild Earth Allies

Two years ago, we launched a new chapter under the name Wild Earth Allies to signify a renewed vision of wildlife flourishing in healthy ecosystems that sustain us all. Since then, we have accelerated conservation in our key program areas including: Placing more than...
Trees of Belize: Knowledge is the Power to Protect

Trees of Belize: Knowledge is the Power to Protect

Belize is growing and modernizing quickly, and threats to its trees and forests are intensifying. Botanical knowledge, however, makes management and protection efforts more effective. We are taking steps to protect Belize’s more than 1,100 tree species by developing a...
Pioneering Fishermen Tackle Hawksbill Turtle Threats

Pioneering Fishermen Tackle Hawksbill Turtle Threats

In Los Cóbanos, El Salvador, pioneering fishermen work to reduce the number of marine turtles inadvertently injured or killed in lobster gillnets, and they influence others to do the same. Local fishermen also patrol for nesting turtles in areas where threats remain...