Project Report from Isandlwana

Project Report from Isandlwana

EDUCATION: EDUPEG: 7 Schools within the programme at present but the project is not really achieving the required results. It appears that most schools are only using the materials when the Edu-peg educators visit the village and are not really integrating this into...
The WWC Chronicles – Carla Mora-Trejos

The WWC Chronicles – Carla Mora-Trejos

My experience at the Wilderness Management Seminar and WILD9, Carla Mora-Trejos, Clemson University Graduate Student I visited wilderness in my home country, and in one of these places I found a reason to live, it showed me where I am supposed to go. Unfortunately,...
Update on the Elephants of Pafuri

Update on the Elephants of Pafuri

As mentioned in previous posts, WILD is involved with a project to track elephant movements in Pafuri (a region of Kruger National Park) lead by Wilderness Safari Wildlife Trust.  We received an update on the collaring project, which tracks the elephant’s...
World AIDS Day – A Message from Umzi Wethu

World AIDS Day – A Message from Umzi Wethu

Today the world acknowledges the remarkable recent progress in HIV/AIDS awareness, detection, and remediation. As the Wilderness Network commends this progress, it remains confronted daily with the reality of the stigma, denial, and continued contraction of HIV at an...

News on the Elephants Tracking Project in Pafuri

Tracking animal movements is a key part in large-scale conservation, especially with keystone species such as bears, cougars, elephant and gorillas. Knowing how animals move, seasonal variations and changes due to climate, development or other reasons, can inform...

Elephant Collaring in Pafuri

Tracking animal movements is a key part in large-scale conservation, especially with keystone species such as bears, cougars, elephant and gorillas.  Knowing how animals move, seasonal variations and changes due to climate, development or other reasons, can inform...
Capacity Building Collaboration with EARTH University

Capacity Building Collaboration with EARTH University

One of WILD’s main priorities is capacity building – training people and giving them opportunities to work for a sustainable future.  Over the past several years, WILD has collaborated with EARTH University in Costa Rica to provide promising students a...
Anti-Poaching Success, Kissama National Park, Angola

Anti-Poaching Success, Kissama National Park, Angola

Below are some excerpts from the field journal of Roland Goetz, Warden of Kissama National Park.  WILD was one of the first international conservation organizations to take help re-establish Kissama in the late 1990’s, after 25 years of tragic civil war left the...