Rewilding for Our Health – Interview with Amy Lewis

WILD’s Social Media Specialist, Savannah Manning, asked Amy Lewis, WILD’s Vice President of Policy and Communications, about the connection between rewilding and our health.

If Quarantine Makes You Feel Isolated, Just Think How Wildlife Feels Every Day

Every year the destruction of habitat isolates and confines wild animals to smaller and smaller places. Through rewilding we can expand wild areas for the benefit of both human health and wildlife.

The Best Climate Change Solution Already Exists, Unfortunately it’s Under Attack.

Not Fun Fact – Continuing to encroach upon boreal forests, tropical forests, or really any other wild landscape destroys our greatest allies in the fight to stabilize the climate emergency.

No Respite for the Olive Ridley Turtles

The Orissa coast is once again dotted with carcasses of the endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles. It’s a horrific sight. The spectre of death...

PAN Parks News – European Wildlands

PAN Parks is growing, moving and making a difference for wilderness in Europe!  The Foundation has just entered its second decade of conservation...

A Devastating Day for the White Rhino

A white rhino was shot dead by poachers at 8:15pm last Saturday in the Shamwari Game Reserve on the Eastern Cape of South Africa.   This is the...

The Healing Power of Wilderness

WILD’s work to protect wilderness is routed in the belief that such areas provide essential social, spiritual, biological and economic...

News from Zakouma

An attack on Zakouma National Park has garnered international attention regarding  the global trade in exotic animals and contraband.  The attackers...

Don’t Fence Me In! (Or Out!)

We thought the battle had been won, but today we learn that it may just be beginning… In an effort to protect its cattle export industry from...

Wilderness in Europe…on the move!

Wilderness is making a comeback in Europe.  There are three packs of wolves in Saxony (Germany);  the European lynx has re-appeared in numerous...