Global Canvas winners named at Natural History Museum

March 24, 2017

The final of the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s annual Global Canvas Art and Poetry competition for children showcased a fabulous celebration of ‘Our…

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DSWF supports Hong Kong’s move to close its domestic ivory market but calls for a reduced timeframe

March 17, 2017

The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) has pledged its support and commended the actions taken by the Government of Hong Kong…

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For walls and wildlife

March 13, 2017

These fabulous surfboards have been painted up in an exciting collaboration between the artist granddaughter of David Shepherd, Emily Lamb…

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The Global Canvas Shortlist

March 10, 2017

Hundreds of talented children have been shortlisted to display their work at  London’s Natural History Museum this month. Pupils from fifteen…

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Happy World Wildlife Day – Listen to Young Voices

March 1, 2017

March 3 is World Wildlife Day and this year the theme is ‘Listen to the young voices’. Inspiring young people…

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Scars and Stripes: Tracking the tigers of Thailand

February 24, 2017

Not many of us get to share our work space with wild tigers but for Eric Ash of Freeland, the…

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Collaring Cami, Ekile and Lara

February 23, 2017

Three lions, now named Cami, Ekile and Lara, have been fitted with GPS collars as part of a DSWF funded…

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What is the animal on the Google home page?

February 14, 2017

This week Google have been running a series of home page animations and games illustrating the eight different species of pangolin…

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Top three place for pangolins in #LoveSpecies campaign

February 14, 2017

The results are in and our nominee – the ground pangolin – came 3rd of 23 animals nominated in the…

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Debating the fate of the world’s elephants

February 7, 2017

Yesterday was another important step in the fight to protect the world’s remaining elephants when MP’s gathered in Westminster Hall in…

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