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Ninety-seven percent. In the last 100 years, tiger populations have declined that dramatically, from 100,000 to as few as 3,200 in the wild today. And it’s humans—through rampant poaching and habitat destruction—who are drivingRead More »
Earlier this year, WWF installed two systems in a protected area in central Kenya where endangered white and black rhino roam along with poachers. Nine months later, this investment is paying off. More than twoRead More »
March 3rd was proclaimed as World Wildlife Day by the United Nations General Assembly three years ago to raise awareness of key issues facing our world’s free-roaming species and their habitat. This year’s theme,Read More »
Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals: Powerful Protections or Paper Tigers?
From the tiny monarch butterfly to the immense wildebeest of Africa, many of the world’s animal species take on great migrations. Those epic travels may involve seasonal journeys of thousands of miles, traversing multipleRead More »
Outside Magazine recently profiled a new way poachers are using technology to locate species such rhinos in the wild. What technology you ask? The GPS coordinates from your travel photos. Learn what you canRead More »
WWF has actively been looking at how technology is transforming conservation. As a Google Glass Explorer, WWF has started to test Field Notes, a tool biologists can use to record field data hands-free. WatchRead More »