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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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.
Finding Nature in your City: London
03 January 2018
As Western Europe’s largest city and an important centre for commerce, culture, the arts and tourism, London is home to 9 million people with an estimate of more than 20 million people visiting the city each year.
10 Amazing Wildlife Moments from 2017
29 December 2017
The WildArk team have ventured far and wide in 2017 on our mission to protect biodiversity around the world. During our travels, we have experienced some amazing wildlife encounters, plus witnessed some epic moments captured by other passionate nature lovers.
Escape to Freycinet
28 December 2017
As you round the corner along the winding road into the small town of Coles Bay, you are greeted by the breathtaking vista of the granite escarpment of The Hazards.
Video: Brinkley Davies in Africa
27 December 2017
South Australian Marine Biologist Brinkley Davies spent a week in the Makuleke Concession, in the far north Kruger National Park, South Africa with WildArk and EcoTraining to discover the African wilderesss.
Fascinating Facts: Reindeer
25 December 2017
With the festive season upon on us, we take a moment to learn a little more about Santa’s helpers, the reindeer.
The WildArk Year in Pictures
23 December 2017
To celebrate the year that has been, we have put together a gallery of some of our favourite moments from 2017.
Interview: What the River Taught Me
21 December 2017
In May of 2017, 31-year-old Hayley Talbot, wife and mother of two, set off to hike to the furthest source of the Clarence River in NSW, Australia and paddle her kayak back down to the sea at Yamba.