Working outside the fence to protect what’s inside

by Michael Grover – director @ Activating Africa “Four years after leaving my work as the Ecologist in a part of the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa, I look back and reflect on the impacts and the people that made it happen. It all started with Rewilding Foundation’s Koen Cuyten and two of […]

UPDATE ON THE TIGER REHABILITATION PROJECT

Early Summer 2014, our partner Phoenix Fund posted great news on their website regarding the rehab and release of the five cubs back into the wild: http://fundphoenix.org/en/tigers-go-to-jao/ http://fundphoenix.org/en/three-tigers-released-into-the-wild/ ———————————————————– Two young tigresses of 9 and 11 months of age were transported and released into the enclosure of the Rehabilitation Centre for Rare Species near Alekseevka […]

Cascades Carnivore Project: searching for mountain foxes and wolverines in the wildest of the West

By Matthew Pomilia When many people think of a red fox, they envision a cute, furry little creature that they occasionally glimpse traipsing across some suburban intersection. It’s true, red foxes occur nearly everywhere in North America, Europe, and Asia, in just about every habitat, including densely-populated urban areas. What many people don’t know about the red […]