Category Archives: Wildlife Welfare and Conservation
We are delighted to announce that on 7th November, ex-CWI sponsored orphan Mulika returned to her old home at the Ithumba stockades accompanied by her day old baby girl called Mwende! Our foster parents often ask for news of their … Continue reading
Why not adopt Meow or Jasper for the cat lover in your life? With Christmas just under 8 weeks away, get your order in now for the puuurrrrfect cuddly Christmas gift!
Care for the Wild’s adoption of the month is….Gibbons! Find out more here, http://www.careforthewild.com/adoptions.asp?S_ID=149&pageName=Adopt a Gibbon
CWI’s partner organisation the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust featured in new Warner Bros. & IMAX 3D film
“Born to be Wild”, a new 3D documentary film about the rescue of orphaned elephants and orangutans, will be screened at IMAX theatres from 17th June. The film features elephants in the care of Kenya’s David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, some … Continue reading
Paddle for the Planet coincides with World Environment Day (June 5th), with the objective of bringing paddlers together to raise awareness about the threats to the oceans and to contribute to marine conservation. Any funds raised from this …event will … Continue reading
Whales and dolphins all over the world are threatened by human activities. They become entangled in fishing gear, collide with boats, and are affected by pollution from coastal development. Please help CWI to protect this wonderful creatures by supporting our … Continue reading
New Zealand’s Maui’s dolphins finally got protection they so desperately need, with the announcement that fishing restrictions agreed in 2008 have been confirmed. Fisheries minister Phil Heatley announced on 18th March that a ban on set netting and trawl fishing … Continue reading
Now that Spring has arrived, we are delighted to bring you another edition of Care for the Wild Times, packed full of news and some exciting plans for the year ahead!
Despite Laos being one of the signatories at last year’s Global Tiger Summit, a new road project is to run through the country’s last tiger habitat. In its National Tiger Action Plan, Laos called for a core zone in the … Continue reading