WRRT rescue live pangolin & confiscate bear parts Orphaned gibbons get teddy bears as surrogate moms Storm shows human behaviors - holding eye contact Supplemental food allows us to monitor the animals

Wildlife Alliance

Org #3110
1994
year founded
$144,946
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
7
projects funded

Mission

Wildlife Alliance is the leader in direct protection to forests and wildlife in the Southeast Asian tropical belt. Our mission is to combat deforestation, extinction, climate change, and poverty by partnering with local communities and governments.

Project Leaders
Jessica Knierim
Sheena Thiruselvan
Team
Perlita Lucena, Suwanna Gauntlett, Nicholas Marx, Eduard Lefter, Hort Sokun, Amy Van Nice, Sophany Touch, John Willis, Thomas Gray
Organization Information
1441 Broadway
5th Floor
New York, NY 10018
United States
646-569-5860

  BRIDGE# 0384707064
Organization Information
1441 Broadway
5th Floor
New York, NY 10018
United States
646-569-5860

  BRIDGE# 0384707064

Projects (14)

Help Care for Rescued Animals in Cambodia
Cambodia / Animals
Help Stop Illegal Wildlife Trafficking
Cambodia / Animals
Plant a Rainforest in Southeast Asia
Cambodia / Environment
Help Bring Wildlife Back to Angkor Forest
Cambodia / Animals
Help Stop Bear Trafficking in Cambodia
Cambodia / Animals
Protect the Rare and Endangered Slow Loris
Cambodia / Animals
 
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Project Reports

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Feb 9, 2018
Endangered gibbon rescued from the pet trade
Many of the resident animals at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center were originally kept as pets. However, many of these wild animals have very specific needs, such as specialized diets, and often...
Feb 9, 2018
Traditional medicine shop owner arrested for selling endangered wildlife
The Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team arrested the owner of a traditional medicine shop in Kampong Speu, Cambodia for selling 16 species of wildlife, including rare and endangered species. One of the...
Jan 17, 2018
Growing gibbon families in Angkor forest
Pileated gibbons Bayon, Tevy and their youngster, Aping (ground spider) are doing very well. They remain in the vicinity of their release enclosure and continue to take the food we provide. They do...
 
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