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Action for the Wild News

in Asia
Action for the Wild is pleased to announce its continued support of Free the Bears, this time with their work in Lao PDR. Fuelled by demand within Southeast Asia and China, the illegal trade in bears (both live bears and their...

in Asia
Deep within the forests of eastern Nepal, specially trained guardians are working hard to protect the vulnerable Red Panda. Sadly the Red Panda was re-classified as endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species last year, but an exciting conservation...

in Asia
In mid September, Foundation rescue teams were called out late at night to rescue a seven-year-old male orangutan found roaming about a local oil-palm plantation. Fortunately, the orangutan, now named Gagap, has already been successfully released into Camp Buluh in the...

in Asia
Orangutans are facing daily threats of injury and death from the conflict between humans and wildlife over the rich habitat in the forests of Borneo. Individual orangutans are becoming trapped and isolated as the natural resources of the forest are destroyed...

in Asia
The 187th sun bear cub rescued since Free the Bears started collaborating with the Cambodian Forestry Administration in 1997, was handed over to Free the Bears on Monday 20th July. The cub had been captured by ethnic minority hunters in Mondulkiri...

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