Our total population of the rare birds is now hovering at around 500 pairs
Dan Jones from Anglesey appointed by the National Trust to take on the 145-acre farm on the North Wales coast in bid to protect rare natural landscape
The yellow-faced bee is the only species which is native to Hawaii
Buddy was part of a breeding pair of rare African black-footed penguins, and one of his chicks has died since he was stolen
A WWF report revealed a large proportion of rangers have no health insurance, life insurance or long term disability cover
This vast expanse of wilderness is home to an array of wildlife, and thanks to conservation work its once-dwindling big cat population is starting to thrive again
Man let off with caution for setting 'barbaric' bird of prey traps on land owned by friends of the royal family
The animal is reportedly being treated for a broken leg
Potentially lethal bacteria causes swelling and hair loss to the animals' ears, muzzle and feet
'It is our responsibility to keep them healthy and help them grow'
'Anybody who owns ivory, you should be ashamed of yourself'
Kenya's Ministry of Tourism, supporting partner of the Giants Club Summit, explains why this east African country is such an appealing prospect for investors
As the historic Giants Club Summit gets underway, Independent owner Evgeny Lebedev tells of his own lifelong passion for conservation
On Saturday, as Kenya burns over 100 tonnes of poached ivory, the world will witness a powerful expression of Africa's commitment to halting the illegal trade decimating the continent's elephants
The ivory trade is driven mainly by demand from the US and Asian countries
The nations, conservationists and business leaders of the Giants Club hold many views on how best to protect elephants. Here Tshekedi Khama, Botswana’s environment minister, explains why his country does not burn tusks