World Ranger Day celebrated at Wildlife Alliance on Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Southeast Asia is at the epicenter of the global extinction crisis and threats are on the rise. Without rangers, there would be no hope for turning the tide in the fight to protect some of the world’s most threatened and endangered species.
Wildlife Alliance’s 110 rangers work tirelessly on the front lines, risking their lives every day to:

proud of Wildlife Alliance Rangers

Snares removed from the forest floor
Rescued animals from hunters
Chainsaws seized used for illegal deforestation
Illegal forestland encroachment cases
Offenders arrested and taken to court
Don’t let these conservation heroes fight alone

World Ranger Day celebrated At Wildlife Alliance on Wednesday, July 31

Without these conservation heroes, the Cardamom Rainforest Landscape, one of the largest intact rainforests in Southeast Asia, would be just another ‘paper park’ like the majority of protected areas in the region. Our high-performing rangers directly protect over 55 IUCN Threatened species across over 2 million acres of rainforest.
Don’t let them fight alone.

By making a donation this World Ranger Day, you can help secure the livelihood of these brave men and their families and ensure the Cardamom Rainforest remains a safe haven for elephants, pangolins, clouded leopards and many other iconic species.


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Our forest rangers work tirelessly to protect some of the world’s most endangered animals in one of Southeast Asia’s last great rainforests.

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