Rangers combat poaching, human-wildlife conflict and the illegal pet trade

Wildlife Alliance Rangers have had an eventful month protecting Vulnerable and Critically Endangered species from poaching, human-wildlife conflict, and [...]

2018-03-19T07:13:42+00:00 February 27th, 2018|Categories: Cardamom Protection, Illegal Wildlife Trade|

Huge quantities of traps for Critically Endangered pangolin removed from the forest

On February 5, Wildlife Alliance rangers from the Veal Pi station removed 650m (2,132ft) of pangolin nets from the [...]

Great hornbills transferred to the Release Station in Koh Kong

Nick Marx, Wildlife Programs Director talks about Wildlife Alliance rehabilitation programs. Today we transferred 4 Great hornbills to the [...]

The Black Market for Wildlife is Moving to Social Media

  As technology evolves and people seem to become more dependent on their phones and social media, the illegal market, [...]

Mainland clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa was captured by camera trap

Mainland clouded leopard Neofelis nebulosa is one of the most beautiful and elusive of all wild cat species. Partially arboreal [...]

Major Joint Rescue Operation

    June 4, 2016 in Kandal province: A major joint rescue operation with our Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) [...]

Wildlife Alliance Launches Khmer App to Combat Widllife Trafficking

On July 14, Wildlife Alliance, together with Bangkok-based partner Freeland, launched the Khmer version of WildScan app. This was not [...]

Rangers Rescued Slow Lorises from Smugglers

Our forest rangers ambushed a trafficker smuggling 4 rare slow loris primates out of the Southern Cardamom rainforest, which [...]