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in Asia
A sanctuary in Cambodia has recently seen a deluge of sun bear cubs rescued from the North Eastern provinces. Thousands of hectares of tropical forest – home to many endangered species driven to extinction in other areas – have been destroyed...

in Asia
In 2014, Action for the Wild has agreed to support the Red Panda Network (RPN) Forest Guardian programme. This programme empowers the communities within red panda habitat, by employing local citizens to protect their community forests in Eastern Nepal. Forest Guardians are...

in Asia
At the end of last year, we reported on the recent rescue of four sun bear cubs. The first to arrive was a female named Hope. Of the three remaining cubs, male cub 171 was rescued from a market in Kompong...

in Asia
Throughout 2013, the Red Panda Network has been working to conduct surveys to try to determine the status and distribution of red pandas in a number of districts in eastern Nepal. In 2014, they plan to expand their surveys to western...

in Asia
For 2014, Action for the Wild has pledged £4,900 in support of the International Otter Foundation’s work to protect the smooth-coated otter in the wild. Our previous donations, totalling £8,974, have helped to develop new enclosures for hairy-nosed and smooth-coated otters...

Action for the Wild is Colchester Zoo’s charitable arm

Action for the Wild became a charity in 2004

Action for the Wild has donated over £2 million to animal conservation to date