Wildlife Alliance In the News

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 [...]

Conservation Turned to Relief Efforts

Relentless heavy rains this week caused massive flooding throughout much of western Cambodia. The village of Chi Phat, which Wildlife Alliance helps support through a community-based ecotourism program, was completely submerged in water, affecting 200 families. Wildlife Alliance Rangers [...]

Combating Wildlife Trafficking

Through our Combating Wildlife Trafficking grant program, we have supported some of the continuing activities of the Wildlife Alliance's Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team, such as helping the Cambodian government to institutionalize a national wildlife crime program by training additional wildlife [...]

Green dreams

For hundreds of years, the misty, mysterious jungles of Cambodia have enticed intrepid adventurers. In the 19th century, French explorer Henri Mouhot was the first European to stumble upon the overgrown ruins of ancient Angkor. The forested plateau of [...]

Wildlife seized in Pursat

Military police along with forestry administration officers and Wildlife Alliance officials raided a house on Wednesday in Pursat province used in the illegal wildlife trade. The team seized seizing nearly 80 kilos of snakes. The owner was fined and [...]

A rescued Asian black bear gets a second chance

  As there are few natural predators to the Asian black bear’s the question remains, what is causing this population decline? The answer, as is true too often, is humans. They are severely affected by the loss of their natural [...]

2017-09-20T09:36:18+00:00July 5th, 2017|Categories: In the News, Wildlife Police|

11 wild elephants were stuck in deep mud hole for four days in Keo Siema Wildlife Sanctuary

11 wild elephants were rescued by conservation organizations after they were stuck in a deep mud hole for four days in Keo Siema Wildlife Sanctuary of Mondulkiri province. In a joint effort yesterday, Wildlife Alliance, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and [...]

Documenting Our Conservation Work!

A huge thanks to Wildlife Alliance Ambassador Yulia Khouri and photographer Steve Porte for documenting our conservation work! It will be featured in AsiaLIFE as a two part photo essay with the first out this month, pick up your copy [...]

2017-09-09T11:49:13+00:00January 7th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Tags: , , , , |

Wildlife Alliance ambassador YULIA KHOURI – AsiaLife

As CEO of INNOV8 Group and a staunch advocate for animal rights and rescue, Yulia Khouri has been recruited to the ranks of Wildlife Alliance as the NGOs first ambassador. AsiaLIFE finds out more. Photography by Charles Fox. How did [...]

2017-09-20T10:59:50+00:00May 10th, 2016|Categories: In the News|Tags: , , , |