A Trio of Rescued Sambar Deer are Prepared for a New Life in the Wild

Sambar deer at our Wildlife Release Station (WRS) have been tagged in preparation for release! The three deer will stay in their pre-release enclosure while we monitor them to ensure they are comfortable with the tags before opening the [...]

Help us Buy Radio Collars to Release Rescued Wildlife in Cambodia

It is our goal to release every animal we rescue from the illegal wildlife trade back into the wild. Some rescued animals are not fit for immediate release & are rehabilitated at our Wildlife Release Station (WRS), located in [...]

Rehabilitated Critically Endangered Pangolin Returns to the Wild!

This Critically Endangered Sunda Pangolin was rescued by a concerned Cambodian who found the pangolin for sale in a market and brought him to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center. The male was transported to Wildlife Alliance’s Wildlife Release Station [...]

Binturongs Rescued from Illegal Wildlife Trade Released Into the Wild

Often confiscated from markets by the Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT), binturongs suitable for release are rehabilitated in forested, open-top enclosures in an area not accessible to the public. When they are ready to be released, they are transported [...]

Just 24 Hours Remain to Vote for Our Community Rangers

Walking through the forest surrounding the village of Chi Phat, you can hear the harrowing calls of pileated gibbons as they duet, feel the feel the power of a hornbill’s wings as it flies overhead, and see the scratches [...]

VOTE Sustainable Livelihoods and Tourism, Cambodia

VOTE – SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS AND TOURISM - Read more about CAPU VOTE – Sustainable Livelihoods and Tourism Proudly nominated by Berg Outdoor By [...]

Wildlife Release Station Cambodia

In the Southern Cardamon Mountains Wildlife Alliance has a wildlife release station where guests can stay overnight and learn about the processes undertaken to release animals confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade in Cambodia back in to the wild, [...]

The friendly people of Chi Phat

Getting there is half the fun! These are a few of the sights you will see along the way. The short ferry crossing affords you beautiful views of the river. The friendly people at Chi Phat are there to [...]

Wildlife Rehabilitation Station – encouraging signs

“…almost impassable…” As we expect, although the wet season started a month or two earlier, July heralds the onset of the rains in earnest. Torrential downpours have meant that the small bridges we constructed over the myriad [...]

Wildlife Rehabilitation Station – busy with birds…

“…much too fat.” The dry season came to a premature end this year and the rains have been torrential if a little intermittent. The sun bears we are preparing for release at our Wildlife Release Station in [...]