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Ivory-Inferno-Gabon. Copyright: WWF-Canon / James Morgan Illegal Wildlife trade

Will ivory burn fuel the fire for action?






On Saturday 30 April, the world’s largest ever ivory destruction will take place. Kenya will be burning 105 tonnes of ivory, along with 1.5 tonnes of rhino horn, in Nairobi National Park. This will be a strong symbolic gesture that Kenya will not tolerate the illegal wildlife trade that is killing so many of its […]

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Blue Shark © Paul Colley, winner of the Coastal and Marine category, BWPA 2015 gallery

Winning images: A Q&A with photographer Paul Colley






“Extraordinary” – that’s how many have described the work of Paul Colley, freelance professional photo journalist, diver, and winner of British Wildlife Photography Awards ‘Coastal and Marine’ category 2015. I interviewed Paul to find out what makes him tick….or should I say click. Congratulations on your photo ‘Beautiful blues’ winning the WWF-sponsored ‘Coast and Marine’ […]

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Fishermen on Lake Hong, Hubei Province, China © Kate Foreshew / WWF-UK gallery

China’s Lake Hong: filming and photographing the conservation heroes 






When it comes to capturing the perfect image for WWF, photographers and film-makers always go to unbelievable lengths. I recently experienced just what a whirlwind of activity and dedication is involved when I joined Pretzel Films on a trip to China. Our week-long mission was to document the inspiring stories behind our partnership with HSBC […]

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The spoils of war © Brent Stirton

Ivory wars: Q&A with photojournalist Brent Stirton






Each year around 30,000 African elephants are killed by poachers to feed the illegal ivory trade. I spoke to award-winning photojournalist Brent Stirton about his work to focus international attention on the people who are profiting most from the ivory war, and the rangers who risk their lives to stop the killing. Congratulations on winning […]

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Eastern Himalayas © Global Warming images / WWF

Teas to protect tigers, rhinos and elephants






How have boxes of Pukka tea been helping tigers, elephants and the people who share their wild landscape? Over the last three years Pukka and their fantastic customers have generously donated over £200,000 to WWF. We’re looking back at how this partnership has helped us protect the wildlife and communities living in the region known […]

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World Pantanal Day

‘Water Stories’ from the world’s largest wetland – The Pantanal






Happy Pantanal Day! It’s a wetland that borders Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay, that’s the size of Belgium, Portugal and Switzerland – no wonder it needs its own day of celebration. In the second part of a Q and A series with photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz we explore what makes this beautiful place unique, the challenges it […]

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Chitwan National Park sign, Chitwan National Park, Nepal © © Sumanth Kuduvalli / Felis Creations / WWF

Joining Nepal’s greater one-horned rhino count






It was always going to be a trip to remember. Returning to a country I’d last visited as an adventure-seeking backpacker, but this time as part of a WWF team documenting Nepal’s greater one-horned rhino count. I couldn’t wait to join the count in Nepal’s famous Chitwan National Park – home to tigers, elephants and […]

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Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) © WWF-UK World Rhino Day

Celebrating World Rhino Day






To mark World Rhino Day, we’ve brought together expertise from Africa and Asia to celebrate this incredible species, highlight potential threats and showcase how conservation efforts are making a difference Did you know there are five species of rhino? In Africa there are two species, the black rhino and the white rhino, while Asia is […]

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