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    Make it a Bonus Day for Rescued Animals!
    By - Nick Marx - Wildlife Programs Director
    A special update from Wildlife Programs Director, Nick Marx. Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre (PTWRC) serves as a refuge for all the animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. It is managed by the Cambodian Forestry Administration, and with the assistance of Wildlife Alliance, has developed into one of the best...
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    My Visit to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center
    By - Robert Rosenthal - Consultant in Social Change
    Guest Blog and photos by Robert Rosenthal on his visit to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center. Pikas! Elephants! A baby macaque! The huge-eyed loris!  As great as it is to meet these incredible creatures, it’s even more exciting – to me, at least! – to learn about the teams, programs, and strategies...
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    • Meryl
      Meryl Thanks so much for this field report! I hope someday to travel to Cambodia and visit as well.
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    • Sheena
      Sheena Thanks Meryl! We hope you'll be able to visit us as well!
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    Urgent Care Needed for Lucky the Elephant
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    Last week, our beautiful elephant Lucky fell critically ill with a very serious virus and was in need of urgent medical treatment. Lucky arrived at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) at the tender age of 6 months. Poachers in Koh Kong province had likely killed Lucky’s mother and took her to sell on the...
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    Elephant Conservation Center Opens to Public!
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    We are thrilled to announce that the Elephant Conservation Center at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is officially open! Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) receives approximately 300,000 visitors each year, 200,000 of which are native Cambodians. Though visitors are able to see native animals firsthand, PTWRC was...
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    Endangered Langurs Released in Angkor
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Commuicantions Associate
    We are very excited to announce that on December 17th, a trio of endangered silvered langurs was released into the forest of Angkor Archaeological Park. Born to parents rescued from the illegal wildlife trade, the langurs were mother-raised at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) and lived in a rehabilitation...
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    Baby Gibbon Born to Released Parents
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    We are very excited to announce that our released gibbons, Baray and Saranik, gave birth to their first baby earlier this month! At the end of last year, a pair of endangered pileated gibbons that were raised at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC), were successfully rehabilitated and reintroduced into the protected...
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    World Elephant Day
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    Last month we celebrated World Elephant Day! Launched in 2012, this day was created to help raise awareness about the urgent plight of elephants in both Africa and Asia. Over the last decade, we have seen elephant populations drop by over 60%. In 2012 alone, 35,000 African elephants were slaughtered and it is estimated that...
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    Celebrate International Tiger Day this July 29
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    International Tiger Day, being celebrated this year on July 29, was established to promote public awareness and support for tiger conservation. The tiger is the world’s largest cat and is currently listed as Endangered by the IUCN. Just 100 years ago, there were as many as 100,000 wild tigers in Asia, but today, there...
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    New Arrivals at the Center
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) is home to more than 1,200 animals, with new arrivals coming every day. Some arrivals teach us important lessons about the perils of wildlife poaching, and some arrivals make a bigger splash (pun intended!) than others. In late 2013, two dhole pups arrived to PTWRC badly injured...
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    US Ambassador to Cambodia Visits Wildlife Alliance, Meets Animals at PTWRC!
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Communications Associate
    On February 14, 2014 the Ambassador to Cambodia, William E. Todd, visited Wildlife Alliance at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) with his Ambassador’s Youth Council. Environmental protection is an issue the Ambassador and his Youth Council care about deeply, and the visit was a wonderful opportunity to learn...
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    Endangered Gibbons Reintroduced into Angkor Forest
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    We are very excited to announce, that on Wednesday, December 12th a pair of endangered pileated gibbons was released into the forest of Angkor Archaeological Park. Born to parents rescued from the illegal wildlife trade, the gibbon pair was mother-raised at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC) and has been living...
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    Meet Bangroul, Our Rescued Sunda Pangolin
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    The Sunda pangolin is an amazing animal - a scaly mammal that eats ants and termites, hides in dense forest, and rolls into a tiny ball when scared. We have never before tried to keep pangolins when they arrive at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC). If they are uninjured, we release them immediately far away...
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    Wildlife Tours at PTWRC
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    Earlier this year, our Care for Rescued Wildlife Program (CRW) began offering exclusive behind the scene tours at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC), with proceeds benefitting the rescue and care of animals at the Center. This unique experience offers visitors an opportunity to interact with some of the...
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  • Help Save Victimized Wildlife has received 85 donations
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    Baby Nursery Completed
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    Many wild animals are orphaned as a result of wildlife trafficking; infants are torn away from their parents who are usually brutally killed for their meat or other parts. The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) rescues these baby animals that are now entangled in the trade and often sold as pets. These little ones come...
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    Update on Sakor: Thriving in his New Enclosure
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    Last August, we reported on Sakor, the bull elephant that had been causing problems along roads and villages in Koh Kong. As a result of the hard work of our rescue team, Sakor was safely removed from the area and brought to the Phnom Tamao Wildilfe Rescue Center (PTWRC). For a while, Sakor was living in Chhouk’s...
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    Baby Pileated Gibbon Born at PTWRC
    By - Sheena Thiruselvan - Development Associate
    This month we welcomed a new baby Pileated gibbon to the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center (PTWRC). He joins several other babies born as part of the gibbon rehabilitation program, which works to rebuild the gibbon population in the wild. Known for the impressive tree swinging and complex vocalizations, gibbons are...
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    Gaur Rescue in Kratie Province
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    On the evening of September 22nd, Wildlife Alliance’s Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team (WRRT) received information that a young gaur had been snared in the forest near the small village of Ro Leark in the Chloung District in Kratie province, located northeast of Phnom Penh.  The animal’s mother was hovering close...
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    Successful Elephant Rescue
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    Sakor, a 16 year old male elephant, installed himself along Koh Kong province’s main thoroughfare, Road 48, early this year causing snarls in traffic, destroying telephone poles, and infiltrating villages and plantations.  For several months plantation workers and villagers have taunted him and angry truck...
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  • Help Save Victimized Wildlife has received 79 donations
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    Wildlife Watch Cambodia iPhone App
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    Wildlife Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of our first iPhone app, Wildlife Watch Cambodia in conjunction with our partners: Trigger LLC, Jeff Corwin Connect, and TRAFFIC Traveling to Cambodia?  Want to help stop illegal wildlife trafficking?  Interested in learning more about Southeast...
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    Clinic for Baby Animals at Phnom Tamao
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    Our Care for Rescued Wildlife team does an incredible job of caring for the animals Wildlife Alliance rescues from the illegal wildlife trade – the most vulnerable of which are the babies, especially those that have lost their mothers or been separated from their family groups.  So far, our track record in...
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    Wildlife Programs Annual Report 2011
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    Read the attached annual report to see all the amazing achievements by our animal husbandry specialists and wildlife rescue team this year as they work tirelessly to rescue, protect, and care for Cambodia's vulnerable and endangered wildlife.  2011 saw many successes - a new prosthesis for Chhouk, our male...
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    Gibbon Update at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Cente
    By - Beth Eisenstaedt - Assistant Director of Development
    On November 17, 2011, a baby gibbon was born in the rehabilitation area at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center.  The baby was born to a recently introduced pair of gibbons, but the female was very nervous and not expected to breed.  Luckily, a healthy baby was born to her and she and her mate are now proud...
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    Avian Flu - Swift Action Helped Avert Disaster
    By - Michael Zwirn - Director US Operations
    Avian influenza – “bird flu” – is one of the most terrifying diseases in Asia. Strains of the H5N1 virus have probably existed for thousands of years, but periodic mutations can lead to widespread deaths of not only birds, but people and other animals as well, including cat species. In...
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    Nick Marx: A Life’s Work Saving Endangered Animals
    By - Michael Zwirn - Director of U.S. Operations
    Wildlife rescue director Nick Marx has devoted his life to saving endangered animals – from his roots in Great Britain, he has worked in South Africa, India, and Cambodia, running Wildlife Alliance’s Care for Rescued Wildlife program for the past ten years.     In this brand-new video, Nick...
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New York, NY United States

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