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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Interview: The Truth About Hyenas
21 November 2017
Maverick filmmaker and third generation game ranger Kim Wolhuter has spent his career documenting some of Africa’s apex predators.
How Wolves Change Rivers
20 November 2017
When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable “trophic cascade” occurred. What is a trophic cascade and how exactly do wolves change rivers?
Interview: A Year in the African Bush
17 November 2017
Katherine Kuntz talks about her year training as a Field Guide in South Africa
Finding Nature In Your City: New York City
15 November 2017
Known for its bustling crowds, iconic yellow cabs, towering skyscrapers and generously sized pizzas, New York is the most populated city in the United States with more than 8.5 million people.
Interview: The Jungle Library Project
14 November 2017
Deep in South Sumatra, on the border of Kerinci Seblat National Park, Pungky Nanda Pratama is inspiring indigenous youth to protect and celebrate wildlife and biodiversity
Fascinating Facts: Gopher Tortoise
13 November 2017
A unique species of land tortoise that constructs underground burrows and then shares its burrow with hundreds of other species.
Video: Nature’s Eyes
A trip into the wilds of the Mongolian Steppe and, the heart of the Amazon rainforest to meet two men who live in harmony with nature.
Hiking Australia to Help Kids
09 November 2017
Emu Trekkers is a new volunteer based organisation who are passionate about getting us outdoors and into the Australian bush whilst helping those less fortunate.
Fascinating Facts: Octopus
08 November 2017
There are around 300 species of octopus ranging from the largest Giant Pacific octopus which can weigh up to 275kg, to the smallest in the Octopus Wolfi.
Finding Nature in Your City: Johannesburg
07 November 2017
The City of Johannesburg is the only major city in the world that is not built on a river, a lake or the sea.
Video: Saving the Last Wilderness
06 November 2017
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is home to rich biodiversity, including Caribou, muskoxen, wolves, nearly 200 species of migratory birds and polar bears that thrive in the icy conditions.