WildArk is on a Mission to Protect and Conserve Land and Wildlife Around the World.
We Want You to Join Us in Protecting our Wild Places.
WildArk is on a Mission to Protect and Conserve Land and Wildlife Around the World. We Want You to Join Us in Protecting our Wild Places.
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Love in the Animal Kingdom
14 February 2018
In the spirit of Valentines Day here are some of our favourite courtship displays.
Empowering the Next Generation of Indonesia’s Earth Guardians.
Indonesia is a country rich in biodiversity, but exceptionally poor in environmental education and sustainable practices.
Freedom for A Rare Asiatic Golden Cat
12 February 2018
The Asiatic Golden Cat (Cotapuma temminckii ) is a rare wild cat species native to the island of Sumatra.
Fascinating Facts: Bushbabies
08 February 2018
Bushbabies are one of the world’s smallest primates. They are called Bushbabies because of the loud noises they make that sound like a baby crying.
The Jungle Library Project Needs Your Support
07 February 2018
Since graduating with a degree in Aquaculture at the University of Diponegoro, Pungky Nanda Pratama has given his life to conservation
WildArk Announces New Conservation Project in Remote Papua New Guinea — a...
23 January 2018
WildArk is partnering with Tuke Community and Baia Sportsfishing Lodge to announce its second biodiversity project.
There Be Dragons….
Dragons really do exist, and they’ve been around for over 300 million years!
Fascinating Facts: Koalas
17 January 2018
This cute and cuddly national icon of the land down under, Australia, is listed as vulnerable in Queensland, New South Wales, and South Australia.
WildArk announces US$96,000 to support Conservation Initiatives
12 January 2018
WildArk is pleased to announce that through our Ambassador Mick Fanning and the Omaze campaign late last year, $US 96,000 was raised to support our mission.
Photo: The Story of Pridelands
11 January 2018
In July of 2016, Australians Mark and Sophie Hutchinson together with their twin girls and long-term business partner Anton Lategan, visited a 4500-acre buffalo hunting property near the small town of Hoedspruit, in the Limpopo Province of South Africa.
One Chance to Save Sumatran Orchids from Extinction
08 January 2018
There are between 5,000–6,000 species of orchids living in Indonesia, most of them native to Sumatra, and many yet to be discovered
Video: David Pocock Helps Build Gardens for Local School Children in South Afri...
04 January 2018
Australian Classic Rugby in partnership with Eco Children are working together to support development innitiatives in local schools in South Africa. David invited WildArk join him in visiting the program while he was in South Africa earlier this year.