What is behavioral enrichment?

One of the main duties of our animal keepers at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) and Wildlife Release Station (WRS) is to ensure that the rescued animals in their care are happy and are exhibiting the same behaviors [...]

The elephant with a prosthetic foot

Chhouk with forest patrol elephant Post by Nick Marx, Director of Wildlife Programs It is 11 years ago we rescued Chhouk from the Srepok Wilderness Area in Mondulkiri, as an orphaned elephant calf. One never knows where [...]

Visit Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre

Did you know there are several options available to visit Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre? Over the next few Tuesday's we're going to let you know about all of the available options, as we get lots of questions about this!! [...]

Baby gibbon saved by Wildlife Police

We received information from a foreigner concerning a baby gibbon being carried around streets close to the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. The WRRT went in search but were unable to find the animal. However following an investigation by [...]

Elephant prosthesis

Have you wondered about how Chhouk's shoes are made? This is a short video showing how one of his very first shoes was made by the Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics. He is such a cute little rascal [...]

Hunters of Endangered Banteng Caught in the Night

Late last night, Wildlife Alliance received a call from a concerned citizen who heard gunshots in the forest. Before hearing more details, Wildlife Programs Director, Nick Marx, immediately knew it was people hunting banteng – an Endangered species of [...]

Grey-headed fish eagle – Wildlife Alliance Rescue&Care

SPONSOR AN ANIMAL VISIT PHNOM TAMAO CENTER Our forest rangers work tirelessly to protect some of the world’s most endangered animals in one of Southeast [...]

Wildlife Rehabilitation Station – encouraging signs

“…almost impassable…” As we expect, although the wet season started a month or two earlier, July heralds the onset of the rains in earnest. Torrential downpours have meant that the small bridges we constructed over the myriad [...]

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 Rehabilitation Release Station. Wildlife Alliance’s wildlife programs are designed to rehabilitate animals victimized by the wildlife trade and provide them [...]

Angkor – another chapter starts…

Although perhaps Wildlife Alliance’ smallest project our work to restore wildlife back into the Angkor Temples Forest, a World Heritage Site, could be one of the most eye‐catching. Irritating then that the change in leading official from Apsara, the [...]