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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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Emergency Response in DRC Helps People and Gorillas

Emergency Response in DRC Helps People and Gorillas

  Happy World Gorilla Day! Today we celebrate some of our closest relatives in the wild and reflect on our collaborative work for decades to ensure their survival. What an enormously complicated year this has been for all great apes – human and non-human alike –...

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Hawksbill Turtle Nesting Season is Underway in El Salvador

Hawksbill Turtle Nesting Season is Underway in El Salvador

Hawksbill turtle nesting season is underway in El Salvador. The start of another season is a joyful reminder of nature’s continuing cycles, especially during these difficult times. Just 12 years ago, hawksbills were thought to be wiped out in the entire eastern...

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A more just future

A more just future

These times are indescribably difficult. We are deeply saddened and angered by the longstanding injustice, discrimination and violence against Black communities across America. We stand with Black Lives Matter. As hundreds of thousands of peaceful protestors take to...

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Delivering Impact, Together 2020

Delivering Impact, Together 2020

We are proud to share field impact highlights from around the world. Our recent progress spotlights collective resilience and showcases the clear link between the health of wildlife, habitat and people. Targeted work to protect areas of high biodiversity has perhaps...

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Trees of Belize: Discovering logwood

Trees of Belize: Discovering logwood

The diversity of plants can be easy to miss, especially when related species look alike on the surface. For example, many Belizeans are surprised to learn that there are seven species of prickly yellow (in the genus Zanthoxylum, literally “yellow wood”) in the...

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Optimism for our world

Optimism for our world

It’s been decades since the world has faced a challenge like COVID-19. These are uncertain and painful times as we face devastating losses of human lives and the erosion of livelihoods of millions across the globe. We are concerned about friends, family, our...

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