DSWF heads to CITES to provide technical assistance and advice

August 15, 2019

DSWF’s Head of Programmes & Policy Georgina Lamb, along with Programmes & Policy Executive Theo Bromfield and DSWF CEO Karen…

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Operation Footprints: Update on veterans training rangers

August 1, 2019

Supporting rangers across Africa and Asia to fight wildlife crime and protect endangered species is at the heart of our work at David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation…

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US Congress to Japanese Ambassador

July 8, 2019

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Wildlife Artist of the Year category winner actions art to protect the pangolin

June 27, 2019

We would like to say a huge thank you to artist Chris Rose and to TV presenter Nigel Marven for…

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African Elephant Coalition (AEC) calls Japan to close their ivory market

June 19, 2019

The Council of Elders of the African Elephant Coalition (AEC) comprising 32 African countries and the majority of African elephant…

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Botswana’s U-turn on elephants

June 13, 2019

President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi has announced the re-introduction of elephant hunting across the country, overturning a five-year ban on hunting…

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Membership: The Next Steps

June 13, 2019

Membership is changing – for the better We want to ensure that we can support the projects we fund for…

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The other cost of climate change

May 31, 2019

Climate change is a complicated, urgent environmental issue with the scope to devastate our planet’s health. In the last few…

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Wildlife Artist of the Year 2019 winners announced

May 30, 2019

Incredible bronze sculpture of an octopus by Stephen Rew scoops top prize During a wonderful evening at the Mall Galleries…

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New study predicts no viable Indian tiger habitats left by 2070

May 21, 2019

The Sundarbans is a vast mangrove forest that stretches almost 4,000 square kilometres across India and Bangladesh. The forest is…

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