Can Asian elephant populations recover?

With the overall population trend of Asian elephant having been in decline for centuries and the number remaining worldwide unknown, the future of these highly intelligent animals is uncertain. Elephants are social animals that form close bonds and family units with [...]

Sea Festival, Koh Kong 2018

From the people of Koh Kong province and Wildlife Alliance have the honor to warmly welcome Samdech Prime Minister Hun Sen who will join the Sea Festival in Koh Kong. Chi Phat, Steung Areng Community-Based Ecotourism , Ministry of Environment and Wildlife [...]

Clouded Leopard – Camera trap

The clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) is a wild cat occurring from the Himalayan foothills through mainland Southeast Asia into China. Since 2008, it is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. Its total population is suspected to be [...]

Does STIHL know where their chainsaws are?

Agriculture expansion, land grabbing and the high demand  for construction timber are endangering the future of our forests. In Cambodia, Wildlife Alliance rangers are constantly patrolling one of the last unfragmented rainforest in South-East Asia. [...]

Pangolin Station (Stung Proat) – chainsaw, animal traps and bird nets

While on patrol Pangolin Station (Stung Proat) confiscated one chainsaw, dismantle and collected 68 snares and 20 meters of bird nets. Pangolin Station (Stung Proat) One of Wildlife Alliance’s original stations (est. 2002), the Pangolin Station (Stung Proat station) opened [...]

Environment Education activities – November 2018

Provided Flipchart training to 88 (35 female) teachers from Brambie Moum and Pumin core schools in Kampong Speu province. Raised awareness on wildlife and habitat conservation to 736 (331 female) students in 4 schools in Kampong Speu as bellow: [...]

Trio of hornbills return to the wild

Three oriental pied hornbills (Anthracoceros albirostris), after being rehabilitated at our Wildlife Release Station in the Cardamom Rainforest, were released! The iconic birds were rescued from the illegal wildlife trade by our Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT). Hornbills are [...]

Huge Python rescued from villager house

Nine kilograms Python released back into the wild A nine kilogram python was rescued from inside a house in Chi Phat village. The homeowner found the snake hiding under his house. He immediately informed Wildlife Alliance's GPDS (Global [...]

Softshell Turtle released back into the wild

Rangers from the Siamese Crocodile station saved an Asiatic softshell turtle from the illegal wildlife trade. The Softshell turtle is now classified as “Vulnerable” to extinction on the IUCN Red List. Unfortunately, little research has been done on this species and it is not known how [...]