A ranger’s daughter shares her heart-wrenching account of what it’s like to have a loved one fighting on the frontline.
In the lead-up to CoP17, the history of elephant trade provides a context to proceedings.
A victim of a failed poaching attempt, this elephant limps to Bumi Hills Safari Lodge in search of help.
An update on the two rhinos that were recently poached in Rietvlei Nature Reserve.
The U.S. State Department has announced a bilateral partnership with Vietnam to combat wildlife trafficking. Here a Vietnamese cancer patient gives her testimony about rhino horn consumption.
Zimbabwe will lobby for the lifting of an international ban on ivory sales, saying it would allow the government to raise money to combat poaching and for conservation programmes.
Dramatic escalation in fight against poaching as suspected poachers fire on SANParks helicopter
Three suspected poachers were gunned down in Aberdare National Park after a fierce exchange of fire with Kenya Wildlife Service rangers.
State game rangers in northern Zimbabwe shot dead two suspected poachers from Zambia this weekend.
The Ministry of Tourism in Tanzania has authorised the use of drones in a new anti-poaching initiative.
India decides whether to follow in Kenya’s footsteps and burn its ivory stockpile.
The filmmakers behind the rhino documentary STROOP give insight on what it takes to get an interview with a Vietnamese cancer patient and rhino horn user.
A Chinese national has been caught in South Africa’s Gauteng province in possession of three elephant tusks, worth approximately ZAR3 million.
Photos documenting the biggest ivory burn in history, which took place in Nairobi National Park last weekend.
Kenyan authorities torched 105 tonnes of ivory and 1.35 tonnes of rhino horn on Saturday, sending a powerful message to criminals that they are serious about cracking down on the illegal trade.
Tanzania’s recent success in the ivory war is testament to the powers of a multi-agency anti-poaching strategy.
South Africa won’t bid to have global ban on trade in rhino horn lifted.
A field guide calls on Kruger fans to help fund a tracking dog for the park’s anti-poaching canine unit.
Namibian businessman and communal farmer arrested after he was found in possession of ivory.
Three lions have been poisoned in Zimbabwe for killing cattle.
Two Chinese poachers are handed down one of the heaviest sentences aimed at curbing the illegal ivory trade.
Toya Delazy on a mission to prove to the world that we can save the rhino – but first we have to save our own communities.
2.6 tonnes of ivory, which was seized from two ivory traffickers, has been burnt in the north of Malawi.
Four men have been arrested for rhino poaching and placed under police guard in a Zululand hospital, after they were wounded in a shoot-out with Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife’s anti-poaching unit.
Hopes that justice will finally be served for the alleged rhino poaching kingpin, Dumisani Gwala, who is expected to appear in court soon.
A short, graphically minimalistic, conceptual animation that portrays the loss of elephant populations across African countries.
Rhinos and elephants are in danger – find out more about what is threatening these precious creatures and what you can do to help.
To celebrate World Wildlife Day on 3 March 2016, Elephant Action League is proud to announce the first Italian ivory crush to be held in Rome.
Africa’s extraordinary and charismatic wildlife is clearly under siege from the wrecking ball that is China.
Kruger National Park has discovered an elephant carcass, 110 dead white-backed vultures, two male lions and two black-backed jackals killed by wildlife poisoning.
The MD of a Zimbabwean mining company has allegedly imported cyanide from South Africa without proper documents, linking him potentially to the deaths of elephants in Hwange National Park over the past few years.
Markets of death and blood permits – how cheating officials at CITES are fuelling the illegal wildlife trade.
The Asian end of the grisly wildlife trade business and a place that has become China’s illegal wildlife supermarket.
According to a wildlife expert, wildlife poaching has become a serious threat to democracy in many countries where it takes place.
Population numbers of predators in Zimbabwe have dropped due to land reform.
U.S.-based entrepreneurs are developing synthetic rhino horn that can’t be differentiated from actual horn, but WildAid and the Center for Biological Diversity believe that this will only accelerate consumer demand in Asia for illegal wildlife products.
Rhino poaching kingpin, Arno Smit’s life of crime and corruption doesn’t just stop at the slaughter and mutilation of rhinos.
US donates $750,000 of survival, surveillance and investigative equipment at a ceremony in the Kruger National Park to help in the fight against wildlife crime, and rhino poaching in particular.
Conservationists urge Malian government to tackle ivory trafficking as 16 elephants killed in this year, with over 80 killed in 2015.
Tanzanian police have arrested three men after a British pilot was killed when gunmen opened fire on his helicopter as he tracked suspected elephant poachers.
Meet some awesome South Africans who are doing amazing things to try and save our rhinos.
Unravelling the danger of snares – the indiscriminate killer of the bushveld.
South Africa has announced its first decrease in rhino poaching in 2007, but the news has not been uniformly welcomed.
The Sharks rugby team is working side by side with rangers, anti-poaching units, vets and ecologists to save the rhino.
Help to save some of the last tuskers in Africa by going on a safari in Kenya that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the conservation work of The Tsavo Trust.
One poacher killed and two others arrested by rangers in Kruger as local community members watch on.