Amari and Lori taken to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center

No news is good news and both Amari and Lori are getting on with the task at hand, which is their continuing recovery. Lori is getting good exercise outside of her enclosure and really loves her grooming sessions with [...]

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 [...]

Angkor – sorting it out…

“…quite far from mother…” Our work to reintroduce wildlife back into the Angkor Temples Forest Complex continues with only a few small problems, despite the change in the senior government official we now have to partner with [...]

Second Pair of Endangered Gibbons Released at Angkor

On June 30, 2015, a second pair of endangered pileated gibbons was successfully released into the forest surrounding the Angkor Temple Complex in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The two gibbons, Bayon and Tevy, spent 11 months in their release [...]

2017-09-08T23:49:14+00:00August 3rd, 2015|Categories: Nick Marx, Wildlife Care|Tags: , , , |