Gibbon Station long patrol

While on long patrol Wildlife Alliance rangers from Gibbon Station collected 85 wildlife snares and confiscated 2 chainsaws used in illegal logging. Strategically located at the intersection of two major rivers, the Gibbon Station (Koh [...]

This rescued kitten Isn’t just any cat – It’s a Wild Leopard Cat

Wildlife Alliance rangers saved a Leopard Cat from the illegal wildlife trade. The kitten was brought to Wildlife Alliance at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center's nursery  SPONSOR A RANGER STATION FORESTS PROTECTION [...]

Saving the rainforest

Rainforests are disappearing very quickly. Law Enforcement is one of the most immediate and effective methods of slowing deforestation rates. Enforcement from Wildlife Alliance rangers combined with teaching communities about the importance of the environment and how they can help [...]

Silver Langur baby saved by Wildlife Alliance forest guards

Wildlife Alliance rangers rescued an infant Silver Langur (Trachypithecus germaini) and a turtle from poachers. The rangers immediately released the turtle back into the protected habitat but the young langur, separated from its mother by poachers, was too young and [...]

Camping deep in the forest to catch hunters and loggers

Wildlife Alliance rangers go on daily patrols and often spend days at a time camping deep in the forest to catch hunters and loggers. Our rangers spend over 3.5 [...]

Snares, the silent killer

Snares are one of the simplest but most effective hunting techniques practiced in the tropics and home-made wire or cable snares are the predominant form of hunting across large areas of Southeast Asia. The equipment involved is affordable and [...]

Rangers rescue the smallest deer in the world from a poacher

Rangers rescued the smallest deer in the world from a poacher The Cardamom Rainforest Landscape forms part of a global biodiversity hotspot and hosts over 50 IUCN threatened species. Because it is so rich with biodiversity, it is a [...]

Slow loris rescued from a poacher’s snare

Slow loris rescued from the illegal wildlife trade Many species are hunted for their use in traditional medicine, but the most common mammal used in the traditional Khmer practice seems to be the slow loris. In addition to their [...]

Wildlife traps removed from the forest floor

The rangers from Sun Bear Patrol station (Veal Pi) dismantle and collected 215 wildlife traps from the forest floor. The Sun Bear Station (Veal Pi) was relocated from its original location in Tatai in 2009. This was one of [...]

Cruel Wildlife Trapping

The snares are made of rope or metal. The thickness and the strength depends on the targeted animal. To build them it’s a fast process, they are basically lassos  kept in tension by a branch and a trigger made [...]