In Celebration of Rewilding Europe

In Celebration of Rewilding Europe

WILD/Wilderness Conservation Painting Expeditions Silent, motionless, perched on a ledge at Las Batuecas (Spain), intent on capturing nuances of ancient lines that depict the might and manner of wild goats, I gain awareness of a large bird, voicing its coarse,...
Rhino Protection Update

Rhino Protection Update

In May of 2011, The Wilderness Foundation (SA), with the support of The WILD Foundation & Wilderness Foundation (UK), launched the Forever Wild Rhino Protection Initiative. This initiative aims to gather support from the public and various stakeholders to help...
Project Noah: Calling all nature nerds!

Project Noah: Calling all nature nerds!

Finally, we have an interactive, online identification platform for wild nature: Project Noah! How can we use it, you ask? Well, read on and I’ll tell you! Here in beautiful Boulder, Colorado we have an abundance of wildlife just about everywhere we go. For instance,...
Friends of the Red Wolf

Friends of the Red Wolf

I’m very excited to announce that The WILD Foundation is partnering with my newly-founded Friends of the Red Wolf organization. The Friends group was officially launched in January of this year, and its main mission is to support the conservation of wild red...
Natural Numbers: The Value of the Planet in Minutes

Natural Numbers: The Value of the Planet in Minutes

We are pleased to announce this new initiative led by WILD Foundation Trustee, Jaime Rojo: Natural Numbers! Jaime is a photographer, conservationist and writer based in Mexico City, with a decade of experience in Mexico, Spain and United States. He also worked as the...
Introducing the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Bridge Company!

Introducing the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Bridge Company!

US Interstate 70 (I-70) is the major highway right across the middle of America, stretching 2,153 miles (3,465 km) from Maryland to Utah.  It is considered a “marvel” in the US Interstate System, and has four sections in the Colorado Rockies that are regarded as...
Forever Wild: Rhino recovery project

Forever Wild: Rhino recovery project

With tragedy, there is sometimes also hope. On 2 March 2012, three rhinos were poached at the Kariega Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape. Tragically one male rhino was fatally injured and died during the course of the night, but two rhinos, a male and a female survived....
Return of the Auroch to Central Europe

Return of the Auroch to Central Europe

The main icon for WILD10 is the auroch, the large, wild bovine herbivore that roamed Europe for many thousands of years, shaping the landscape,  until it was extirpated almost 400 years ago. The artistic impression we use (created by Jaime Rojo) is from one of the...