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Action for the Wild News

in Asia
The Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation Inc (NFEFI) work in collaboration with the Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Programme (PBCP), a new project supported by Action for the Wild this year. Below is a summary of their 2012 annual review from NFEFI and...

in Asia
Amoy, a female orangutan, who moved to the Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve ten years ago, has now settled down to life in the area and has recently had her first baby. This new baby reinforces the important work of the Orangutan...

in Asia
Action for the Wild has been supporting the Hornbill Research Foundation since 2002, and donates $450 annually to support three hornbill families in Thailand. Our families nest around the Budo Mountain area, which is part of the Budo-Sungai Padu National Park...

in Asia
The Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis is endemic to five islands in south-eastern Indonesia; however, one of these islands; Flores, does not make up part of the Komodo National Park. Since the 1970's, population densities of Komodo dragons on the island have...

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