Slow loris released after 10 months of rehabilitation

One of the most rewarding parts of our jobs at Wildlife Alliance is witnessing the entire process of rehabilitating animals we rescue from the illegal wildlife trade. To combat some of the greatest conservation issues facing wildlife, we crack [...]

Wildlife Alliance – Committed to combating wildlife crime

Another successful long patrol made by Wildlife Alliance Green Peafowl Station (Sre Ambel), the teams worked 3 nights and 4 days in the heart of Cardamom Mountains. The team confiscated 6 illegal chainsaws used for illegal logging, 3 homemade guns used for [...]

Smooth-coated otter rescue operation

December 20, 2018: Following a phone call to the Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team hotline, our team confiscated 1 juvenile Smooth-coated Otter from one of the restaurants based at the touristic Katieng Waterfall in Ratanakiri province. At our arrival the [...]

Can Asian elephant populations recover?

With the overall population trend of Asian elephant having been in decline for centuries and the number remaining worldwide unknown, the future of these highly intelligent animals is uncertain. Elephants are social animals that form close bonds and family units with [...]

Clouded Leopard – Camera trap

The clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) is a wild cat occurring from the Himalayan foothills through mainland Southeast Asia into China. Since 2008, it is listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List. Its total population is suspected to be [...]

Logging Cambodia

Logging is the cutting, skidding, on-site processing, and loading of trees or #logs onto trucks or skeleton cars. In forestry, the term logging is sometimes used narrowly to describe the logistics of moving wood from the stump to somewhere outside [...]

Near threatened Great Hornbill saved by rangers

The Green Peafowl Station (Sre Ambel) rangers saved a Great Hornbill Buceros bicornis (1.52kg). While on patrol, the rangers intercepted one motorbike carrying a suspicious bag. The driver threw the bag on the ground, abandoned his motorbike and disappeared in the forest. [...]

The rangers saved 2 civets from the Cruel Coffee Trade

This morning, the Green Peafowl Station (Sre Ambel) rangers saved two civets from the cruel Coffee Trade (stay tuned for their release). The wildlife  trafficker escaped by fleeing into the forest after throwing the bag containing the civets on the ground. [...]

Kouprey Express spreads awareness about the devastating effects of snares

The Kouprey Express Mobile Environmental Education Unit (KE) delivers environmental curricula to educate schoolchildren, teachers, and communities about conservation. The team was invited by Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) to their project site in Keo Seima district, Mondulkiri province to [...]