Environment Education Project Activities

Mobile Environment Education Project Activities - December Raised awareness on wildlife and forest protection with a total of 1,441 (682 female) students in 3 schools in Siem Reap and Kampong Chnang provinces as follows: 34 (17 female) students at [...]

Anti-poaching team saved two monkeys from the illegal wildlife trade

GPDS (Global Park Defense System) anti-poaching team saved two monkeys from the illegal wildlife trade. The poacher was cough on one of the trail camera installed inside the park. These camera purpose is to monitor and intercept illegal activities [...]

Wildlife Alliance Founder and CEO, Suwanna Gauntlett visit at Shinta Mani Wild

The Bensley Collection has announced the opening of Shinta Mani Wild this Christmas, tantalising fans of iconic designer Bill Bensley with news of his own eco-centric brand – where style and substance share equal billing in the canopy of a Cambodian jungle. Located in [...]

Hunter does not stop at wildlife alliance check point; rangers pursue

This morning, a truck forced its way through a mandatory Wildlife Alliance check point in Koh Kong towards O’Som. With the authority of Ministry of Environment officers, the rangers set up a check point to inspect vehicles on a [...]

Desertification and Drought: An Issue Even in the Tropical Zone

Combat Desertification and Drought One of the biggest and least understood environmental challenges facing the globe, desertification refers to the irreversible degradation of soil through human activities such as deforestation, unsustainable farming, mining and overgrazing. It occurs when trees [...]

Wildlife Alliance’s Mobile Environmental Educator in Phnom Prek

The earth is beautiful, the atmosphere is clean, water is not dirty, the forest, the wild animals, and the birds, crying out loudly. All these things are the nature of the natural environment that we have to jointly care [...]

Turtle rescue

While on patrol, Wildlife Alliance rangers from Asian Elephant Station (Trapeang Rung) stopped a boat carrying 7 turtles in a bag. The man received a non-reofence contract. The turtles were released inside the Cardamom Mountains protected area. [...]

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 [...]

Conservation Turned to Relief Efforts

Relentless heavy rains this week caused massive flooding throughout much of western Cambodia. The village of Chi Phat, which Wildlife Alliance helps support through a community-based ecotourism program, was completely submerged in water, affecting 200 families. Wildlife Alliance Rangers [...]

Abandoned army post involved in poaching

The Gibbon station,  (Koh Pao) received information about an abandoned army post being involved in poaching. The Ministry of Environment (MoE) officers broke down the door and found inside 2 home-made guns, 112 metal snares and 1068 hook snares. [...]