Dethroning of the Tiger King as a human-drama mockumentary

April 2, 2020

Finding light relief in a time of crisis, people often find themselves drawn to entertainment as a form of escapism. Tiger…

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Pangolins, pandemics and the bottom line.

March 26, 2020

This is a story of how an animal unwittingly caused a pandemic and plunged the world into chaos, making the…

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#ArtofSurvival

March 20, 2020

Wildlife is at the heart of the recent COVID-19 crisis and people around the world are struggling day-to-day with the…

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Covid-19 Announcement

March 18, 2020

Tackling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic requires all of us, individually and collectively, to adhere to the measures that authorities have…

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Wildlife Artist of the Year 2020 Finalist Announced

March 18, 2020

DSWF is delighted to announce that 160 incredible artworks have been shortlisted for this year’s David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Artist…

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The scales of justice

March 5, 2020

Pangolins, along with bats and civets have been put forward as the cause of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. Pangolins are…

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DSWF Youth Ambassador Bria Shay Neff talks Artivism and her plans for 2020

February 27, 2020

In our autumn edition of Wildlife Matters we introduced you to our new Youth Ambassadors, Sapphire Hope and Bria Shay…

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Losing our grip on humanity

January 22, 2020

AS CONSERVATIONISTS COMMITTED TO REACHING A SUSTAINABLE BALANCE BETWEEN ANIMALS AND HUMANS, ARE WE, EVEN THE MOST DEDICATED, LOSING OUR…

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Christmas concert a success for conservation

December 11, 2019

Broadcaster Sir Michael Parkinson, actor Brian Blessed and singer-songwriter Emma Stevens joined children from local schools at a special community…

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Conservation Faces: Bayara Agvaantseren

December 2, 2019

Bayara Argvaantseren is the Director of the Snow Leopard Trust Mongolia, and one of the co-founders of the Snow Leopard…

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