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Igniting Change for Asian Elephants in Cambodia

Igniting Change for Asian Elephants in Cambodia

An interview with Cambodia Program Director Tuy Sereivathana (Vathana) Vathana recently came to Washington, D.C. to attend the National Geographic Explorer’s Festival. He is a recipient of the  2010 Goldman Environmental Prize and was named a 2011 National Geographic...

Snares: An Unintended Threat to Great Apes

Snares: An Unintended Threat to Great Apes

A Major Threat to Grauer’s Gorillas Snaring is one of the main threats to wildlife within Kahuzi-Biega National Park in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Poachers use cables or wires to make traps for small antelopes, wild pigs, or other game....

The Chimanuka Group

The Chimanuka Group

The Many Faces of a Grauer’s Gorilla Group Grauer’s gorilla is the largest subspecies of eastern gorilla and the largest living primate in the world. In 2016, Grauer’s were reclassified as Critically Endangered, with the population estimated at 3,800-- and declining...

Experience Great Ape Conservation Up-Close

Experience Great Ape Conservation Up-Close

A Visual Journey of Our Collaborative Work in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) Award-winning independent photojournalist Allison Shelley, featured in publications such as National Geographic and The New York Times, visited our great apes program partner while on...

The Magic of Mountain Gorillas

The Magic of Mountain Gorillas

A guest post by Anita Winsor, Wild Earth Allies Board Member “One of life’s magic moments” sounds like a tired cliché, but it is an accurate description of my visit with a mountain gorilla family in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park. In February, I joined Wild Earth...

Camera Trap Images – A Wild Close to the Year

Camera Trap Images – A Wild Close to the Year

A picture is worth a 1,000 words Dear Friends, What a pleasure to close the year by sharing this remarkable visual from our first set of camera traps placed in Cambodia’s Prey Lang Forest. Vathana and Thy strived to beat the rains in order to set up cameras in key...

Celebrating with Newman’s Own Foundation

Celebrating with Newman’s Own Foundation

35th anniversary marks new investment in conservation Wild Earth Allies is honored to have a longtime collaboration with Newman’s Own Foundation, which is currently celebrating 35 years of giving. The Foundation has been a generous supporter of our conservation work...

Happy Anniversary from Wild Earth Allies

Happy Anniversary from Wild Earth Allies

Our first year journey from Katie Frohardt, Executive Director This time last year, we were in touch with you announcing our new name and next conservation chapter as Wild Earth Allies. We were inspired by the outpouring of support for our bold relaunch. The year that...

Launching The Wild Fund

Launching The Wild Fund

We are excited to announce the launch of The Wild Fund — a new, living fund that will support our initiatives to protect biodiversity with partners around the globe. With strong Board leadership and support from Newman’s Own Foundation and the August A. Busch III...

Wild Earth Allies Receives GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency

Wild Earth Allies Receives GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency

We are thrilled to announce that Wild Earth Allies (formerly known as Fauna & Flora International, Inc.) recently earned the Platinum Seal of Transparency — the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar. We are proud to operate with a lean structure, and a...