China Commits to Banning Ivory Trade

The Ivory trade has a long, dark history with its roots in the Far East – the effects of which continues to plague African elephant populations across the continent. Last month, China announced that they will cease all ivory trade by 31 December 2017.

Help Our Urban Wildlife

I recently had the pleasure of meeting a remarkable woman who has devoted much of her life to the care and rehabilitation of indigenous wildlife.

Badass Bugs

Sexual cannibals, ambush predators, and deadly hordes demonstrate that nature’s most ferocious beasts might just be the tiniest.

Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered

When the IUCN status of Giant Pandas was downgraded from endangered to vulnerable last month, environmentalists had cause to celebrate. While this has been a major victory for pandas, threats are still prevalent and the species is still vulnerable to extinction.

The Wild Blog – what’s this about?

Why do dolphins beach themselves? How do chameleons change colour? Why did the Egyptians mummify their dead? Where are the best places to camp this summer? What do you do when a baboon goes ape-shit (literally) in your back yard? Where are the bees going and what can we do? Want to get wild?