A new collaboration is launched to train Uganda Wildlife Authority officers to tackle poachers in the courtroom
Researchers use radioactive particles from nuclear bomb tests to prove most seized ivory is not from historic stockpiles or antique collections amid crisis that threatens extinction of iconic animals
The nation’s U-turn has intensified pressure on the global community to act now to protect elephants, before it’s too late
Under new laws, the genetic code of all captive Thai elephants will have to be recorded to help distinguish them from their wild counterparts
Tag can detect an array of different actions by animals in minute detail such as a ‘double take’ when a penguin sees a squid or how an unhappy elephant walks
BAFTA award-winning app, Virry, will use live streamed footage from Lewa Conservancy in Kenya to teach children around the world about the threats facing endangered species.
‘We share a collective responsibility to take action and we must all work to ensure the preservation of this iconic species’
On World Elephant Day, the Ivory Coast football star and UN Environment Ambassador calls people to join the Wild for Life Campaign to help end wildlife crime pushing species to the brink of extinction
Fulfilling pledges promised at the Giants Club Summit, conservationists work with the UN and Ugandan officials to develop legal guidelines to strengthen poaching prosecutions
'This kind of accident is rare, unpredictable and unusual' zoo spokesperson says
The 100 black and white rhinos, that will be relocated from South Africa to Botswana, were pledged to match the 100 planes at the Race for Rhinos event, hosted by Botswana Tourism on the Makgadikgadi Pans
Six months ago, Space for Giants started work organising the Giants Club Summit, held at the end of April at the Mount Kenya Safari Club. President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya hosted the Africa-led event, along with fellow Giants Club members President Ali Bongo of Gabon, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, and senior representatives of President Ian Khama of Botswana.
Paul and Elizabeth Njoroge's farm in central Kenya is a fertile five acres on a steep slope where crops flourish enough that the family should be relatively wealthy.
Borsak defends hunting after being challenged by Green MP
The animal is reportedly being treated for a broken leg