Asian Elephant – Cambodia

Is the Asian elephant an endangered species? Even where suitable habitat exists, poaching remains a threat to elephants in many areas. In 1989, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) banned the international trade [...]

Rescued elephant, Chhouk, receives a new prosthetic foot

Chhouk, our young disabled male elephant, was recently fitted for a new prosthetic foot. We have been working with The Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (CSPO) for over 10 years now and they continue to work hard to [...]

What are you doing this Endangered Species Day?

The world's endangered species need your help today. Some of the world's most endangered animals, from elephants, to silvered langurs, dholes, and pangolins call Cambodia home. Today, on Endangered Species Day, it's time for you to take action help to [...]

Elephant movement in the Cardamom Forests

Monitoring and collecting data about elephant movement in the Cardamom Forests is an important part of Wildlife Alliance Rangers roles.  Over the longer term, tracking data helps build knowledge of elephant ranging behaviour. This information is key to preserving [...]

Asian Elephant Sakor, a result of human-elephant conflict

Big beautiful bull male Sakor comes to us as a result of human-elephant conflict. He was minding his own business in his very own corner of forest when the land he was roaming was sold as a concession for [...]

World Elephant Day – Meet the Rescued Elephants at Phnom Tamao!

Elephant populations are rapidly declining worldwide, and now more than ever, saving this iconic species needs to be a global priority.  To help raise awareness about the plight of elephants, we celebrated the 5th Annual World Elephant Day on [...]

Dangerous Elephant Rescue

Intense Three-Day Operation Results in Successful Wild Elephant Rescue SPONSOR AN ANIMAL VISIT PHNOM TAMAO CENTER Our forest rangers work tirelessly to protect some [...]