BREAKING NEWS: Wild tiger numbers have increased globally for the first time in conservation history!
There are now close to 3,900 wild tigers, up from an all-time low of 3,200 wild tigers in 2010.
Reversing the decline of wild tigers is an amazing conservation feat never achieved before. Help us spread the word – please share!
@AmazingPhil we should team up more often. You obviously have truly magical powers ;)
Brilliant news! Nepal is celebrating its second year of zero rhino poaching in a row.
While Africa faces a poaching crisis, Nepal's rhino population is now at 645, the highest on record. This is the first time there have been two zero rhino poaching years in a row. Hit Like to celebrate!
Fantastic news from Nepal!
One of the 5 female rhinos that was translocated from Chitwan National Park to Bardia National Park earlier in March gave birth to a male rhino calf on 22 May!
The adult rhinos which were translocated earlier this year were fitted with a satellite collar to track the movements of these rhinos. This is partly for their safety and security, and partly to understand how they respond to their new environment in Bardia.
Here's to some great news!