News: Animals in the wild
11 April 2016
We caught up with Corinne Henrikson, a longstanding Animal Protector who has also been volunteering in our New Zealand office for six years. She’s an inspiration to us all!
10 February 2016
It’s a safe bet that many people celebrating Valentine’s Day this weekend will feel like their bond is uniquely special – whether others agree is another story.
04 February 2016
Bear baiting could be the very definition of barbarism. Some bears at our Balkasar sanctuary in Pakistan have suffered so badly in their former lives that they cannot forage for food or fend for themselves among the other rescued bears in the main enclosure.
04 February 2016
Since 2005, in partnership with Asociatia Milioane de Prieteni, your support has freed 87 bears from illegal captivity and delivered them to the World Animal Protection funded sanctuary near Zarnesti in central Romania. Now we have approximately 10 more to go.
01 February 2016
The tragic death of Roger Gower, the former accountant turned anti-poaching pilot who was killed when his helicopter was shot by poachers on Friday, shows the extreme brutality employed in this appalling trade.
14 December 2015
We’re united in our shock and disappointed at Japan’s unlawful plans to resume whaling, but we’re also united in our determination to stop the hunt.
10 December 2015
With your wonderful support, big steps have been taken to protect bears in Pakistan.
27 November 2015
Our wildlife experts recently published a scientific paper on the illegal trade of Star tortoises. This is the story of two years of investigation that contributed to the study.
24 November 2015
The three five year-old sibling European brown bears were born in an overpopulated zoo. Now that they’ve been transported out of the confined space, their lives have been transformed.
13 November 2015
Today, along with the University of Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), Department of Zoology we have launched a competition calling for innovative ideas to help protect tigers, keeping them in the wild where they belong.