A small herd of sambar deer made up of a male and two females were released into the Cardamom Rainforest. Each of the three deer came to the Wildlife Release Station (WRS) from different backgrounds but were rehabilitated and [...]
The Cardamom Rainforest Landscape covers 2,062,624 acres of dense monsoon forest, melaleuca wetlands, mangroves, and a vast network of rivers and estuaries that constitute the Ridge-to-Reef biosphere running from the slopes of the Cardamom Mountain Range down to the [...]
Another successful long patrol made by Wildlife Alliance Sre Ambel Station, the leading teams worked 3 nights and 4 days in the heart of Cardamom Mountains. "One at a time" said Volodymyr Mox , head Ranger [...]
First meeting with new Koh Kong governor, H.E. Mithona Phouthorng. Setting up a productive partnership for continued protection on the Cardamom rainforest.
Technical meeting with provincial governor of Koh Kong and land dispute committee to investigate and resolve illegal land claims on State forest in Russey Chrum, Thmar Bang, Cardamom rainforest. Suwanna and team show governor Orthophotographic Mapping of Russey Chrum [...]
Wildlife Alliance and the Cambodian Ministry of Environment recently signed an agreement to develop and implement Cambodia’s largest REDD+ program in the Southern Cardamom National Park and Tatai Wildlife Sanctuary. The goal of REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and [...]
Cardamom Mountains Dhole Cuon alpinus, or Asian wild dog, are the largest carnivore remaining in the Cardamom Rainforest Landscape and have larger home-range in tropical Asia than tigers. As such they are restricted to Asia’s most remote and least [...]
Press conference, August 10, 2016: On World Elephant Day (12th August) conservation non-profit organization Wildlife Alliance celebrates its achievement of Zero Poaching for the Asian elephant population of the Cardamom Rainforest in the last decade. In the early 2000s [...]