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Scientists discover bent-toed gecko species in Cambodia

Scientists discover bent-toed gecko species in Cambodia

A new species of bent-toed gecko (Cyrtodactylus phnomchiensis) has been described from Cambodia's Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary by Wild Earth Allies Biologist Neang Thy in collaboration with North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences' Herpetologist Bryan Stuart. This...

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A year of discovery inspires optimism

A year of discovery inspires optimism

Wild Earth Allies team members collaborating on marine surveys in Cambodia.   As we begin a new decade, we feel optimistic about the progress we are making and the impact we are delivering with talented partners around the world. Much of our work does require a...

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Botanic Field Report from Rwanda

Botanic Field Report from Rwanda

When I was a small boy, my best friend and I would go to the woods near my house and play in the jungles and forests of our imagination. My exposure to places such as Africa and Central America was through TV shows and magazines. I dreamed of thick jungles filled with...

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Celebrating Three Years Together as Wild Earth Allies

Celebrating Three Years Together as Wild Earth Allies

Eugène Rutagarama, Conservation Advisor, and Katie Frohardt, Executive Director, heading into Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.   This month we celebrate the third anniversary of our new chapter as Wild Earth Allies, building on decades of collaborative...

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Special Report: Delivering Impact, Together

Special Report: Delivering Impact, Together

We are pleased to share with you an update on our work. Given all recent biodiversity warnings hitting the news, we took time to gather evidence of progress across our field teams and partnerships and compiled the following impact summary report. Asian Elephants Our...

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