Sponsor the Gibbon Station2018-06-26T10:37:19+00:00

The most recent pictures with our rangers at work

About Gibbon Station

Major threats: Poaching (90%) and  Logging (10%)

Prior to the opening of the Gibbon Station (Koh Pao station), the westernmost area of the Southern Cardamom National Park was rife with illegal logging and poaching. With an urgent need to increase protection in the area, rangers started camping in the area in 2006 and the station officially opened in 2007. Strategically located at the intersection of two major rivers, the Koh Pao rangers are ideally situated to stop the movement of luxury timber on the waterways. Near the Thai border, the area is a hotspot for both international and domestic wildlife trafficking. The coastal patrol area is also a vital habitat for migratory birds. As such, one of the major issues these rangers face is the massive quantities of bird nets set on the beaches. Each year, the Koh Pao rangers effectively dismantle thousands of bird nets and snares.

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Sponsor the Gibbon station

There are three levels of sponsorship available: basic, mid and premium. The basic level is $5 per month, the mid level is $10 per month and the premium level is $20 per month. We ask for a 12-month minimum commitment, as a lot of work and effort goes into our sponsorship program, and it is not feasible to offer shorter terms.

Every sponsorship will receive an online printable packet.
This e-packet saves us money on printing and postage so every dollar you donate goes directly to the rangers stations.

Basic Level ($5 a month):

Mid Level ($10 a month):

Premium Level ($20 a month):

  • A personalized sponsorship certificate
  • A photo of your Ranger Station with a Thank you message
  • Annual updates about your rangers’ activities
  • A personalized sponsorship certificate
  • A photo of your Ranger Station with a Thank you message
  • Quarterly updates about your rangers’ activities
  • A personalized sponsorship certificate
  • A photo of your Ranger Station with a Thank you message
  • Quarterly updates about your rangers’ activities
  • A Wildlife Alliance tote bag
  • One snare collected from the forests by your rangers