Wildlife Week: A closer look at our work to give endangered species a future


This week is Wildlife Week, an in-depth look at the work done by our dedicated Wildlife campaigners, the issues on which they focus and the real-world changes they make.

In a series of special reports each day, we take you into the history of our Wildlife work, from the early investigations into illegal ivory trafficking to current efforts to save the unique and endangered pangolin.

Our Wildlife campaigners also takes a closer look at the specific species on which they work and the threats facing their survival.

As ever, our sincere thanks for all the support we receive – we simply couldn’t do what we do without you!

Read …

Innovation and courage in the fight against wildlife crime

Wildlife crime devastates both the natural world and human society

‘I refuse to entertain the thought that the future might be one without elephants’

China must declare the use of pangolin scales in traditional medicine illegal

We know there’s a way to save tigers – now we need the political will