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Delivering Impact Together 2021

Delivering Impact Together 2021

We are proud to share the following impact highlights from our global portfolio. These underscore the impressive resilience of our field teams and partners, amidst the many pandemic pressures that have characterized the past year. We are feeling optimistic and have...

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Voices from the Field: Louis Peña, Biologist, Belize

Voices from the Field: Louis Peña, Biologist, Belize

Our Voices from the Field series is a behind-the-scenes look into the conservation efforts of our field teams and partners around the world. We believe protecting the planet begins with people and this series highlights talented practitioners and the work we do...

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Hawksbill Turtles: 28,000 New Hatchlings in 2020

Hawksbill Turtles: 28,000 New Hatchlings in 2020

Together with Asociación ProCosta in El Salvador, we are celebrating one of the most successful nesting seasons yet. In 2008, the mangrove-lined beaches of El Salvador’s Jiquilisco Bay were the site of an extraordinary discovery — hawksbill turtle nesting grounds....

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New Beginnings

New Beginnings

What a year it has been. The pandemic has affected all corners of our global operation, placing intense pressure on community well-being and triggering threats to at-risk wildlife and habitats. And yet, our teams and partners have shown great resilience and we...

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Kahuzi-Biega Summer 1989

Kahuzi-Biega Summer 1989

As part of our celebrations for the 50th Anniversary of Kahuzi-Biega National Park, we spoke with Ellie Nalle about her travels to the park in the Summer of 1989. By Ellie Nalle When the movie “Gorillas in the Mist” was released in 1988 it was a sensation. As soon as...

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Celebrating 50 Years of Kahuzi-Biega National Park

Celebrating 50 Years of Kahuzi-Biega National Park

For 50 years, Kahuzi-Biega National Park has protected one of the most biodiverse regions in all of Africa. Founded on November 30, 1970, Kahuzi-Biega is where the first gorillas – Grauer’s gorillas – were habituated for visitation by tourists, almost five decades...

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Four years in and making a world of difference

Four years in and making a world of difference

Our journey these past four years under our new name Wild Earth Allies has been such a positive one. We wanted to mark our 4th anniversary since our rebranding with a film that celebrates our talented teams and partners, our culture of collaboration, and our focus on...

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Report: Marine Biodiversity Assessment Kampot, Cambodia

Report: Marine Biodiversity Assessment Kampot, Cambodia

Wild Earth Allies is pleased to share findings from recent ecological surveys in Cambodia’s Kampot province in the report: Marine Biodiversity Assessment, Kampot, Cambodia. The report details the baseline status of coral reefs, seagrass beds and marine mammals within...

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