Gibbons and langurs returning to the forests surrounding Angkor Wat

The Angkor Temple Complex contains some of the oldest forests in Cambodia. During the 1980s and 1990s much of the wildlife living there have been driven out due to over-hunting. Our partners, Wildlife Alliance have been working relentlessly to rewild the forest, and many species are beginning to return. Read more at the Guardian…

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Tickets now available for Wine for Wildlife!

THURSDAY, 8 OCTOBER 2015, 6PM – 8PM, MATILDA BAY RESTAURANT CRAWLEY, $25 Download the flyer Join us for an evening of wine tasting and a chance to meet the winemakers from premium vineyards such as Pierro, Moss Wood, Wills Domain, Alkoomi and many more. Sponsored by Ross and Ronnie Lawrence of Fine Wine Wholesalers in […]

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Wildlife trafficking and our national security

Our organisation is supported largely by people who love wildlife and nature and by some who appreciate that we fund poverty alleviation in areas prone to poaching. With the massive explosion of wildlife trafficking over the past few years, and increasing evidence that some of the profits are being used to fund activities of militant […]

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Donation awarded by the Dick Smith Foods Foundation

We are absolutely chuffed to have received a $20,000 donation from Dick Smith for placing 5th in a nationwide contest which awarded $1 million dollars to 70 charities over the past year. During the second round of the contest, which required the public to ‘vote’ for their favourite charity by sending in photos of themselves […]

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Lucky’s recovery, online auction of her art

For our first blog entry we thought it only fitting to let our readers know how grateful we are that our beloved elephant, Lucky, who is in the care of our partner charity, Wildlife Alliance at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center in Cambodia, appears to be recovering from a life threatening illness which she […]

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Jerrie Demasi visits our projects in Cambodia

Read Jerrie’s account of her trip to Cambodia to see the Wildlife Alliance projects. http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/raiding-the-dark-animal-underbelly-of-wildlife-trafficking-20130417-2hzop.html

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