Latest species news
Royal event to tackle illegal wildlife trade
Prince Charles, Prince William and the UK government hosted a conference today to call for action ...
WWF campaigner co-authors wildlife crime editorial
Protected areas are the most significant remaining habitats for the most valuable species of ...
At least 26 elephants massacred in World Heritage site
At least 26 elephants were massacred in the Dzanga Bai World Heritage Site in the Central African ...
Alert: Poachers enter unique elephant habitat
Poachers have entered one of Africa’s most unique elephant habitats on Monday, threatening to cause ...
Twenty wildlife criminals arrested in Cameroon
Cameroon arrested twenty suspected wildlife criminals and seized 45 weapons during ...
First evidence of a leatherback turtle along Pakistan’s coastline
A rare leatherback turtle was recently caught and safely released back into the sea by a group of ...
UN recognizes severity of wildlife crimes
Members of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Friday passed a ...
Field reports indicate slaughter of elephants, conservation staff evacuated
WWF and WCS have received alarming reports from their field operations that elephants are being ...
Japan and Russia increase penalties for wildlife crimes
Japan’s announcement that it intends to raise the penalties for those convicted of wildlife ...
Orphaned rhino struggles to survive after mother killed
An Indian rhino calf that lost its mother to poachers is clinging to life with the help of WWF.
Latest species publications
Law enforcement against forest crime in the Eastern Plains Landscape of Cambodia 2006-2011
Wild Mekong: New species in 2010 from the forests, wetlands and waters of the Greater Mekong, Asia’s land of rivers
A new monkey, a self-cloning skink, five carnivorous plants, and a unique leaf warbler are among ...
INFOGRAPHIC: Marine turtles in the Coral Triangle
Marine turtles are to the Coral Triangle what jewels are to a crown: both indispensable and ...