Nominations are now open for the 2021 Tusk Conservation Awards. These industry-leading accolades celebrate African conservation leaders and wildlife rangers and showcase their significant impacts in the field.
Thank you to everyone who has generously supported us in what has been an incredibly challenging year. Your contributions have made all the difference in helping our project partners get through the toughest of times.
Twenty-two professional photographers join ‘Art for Wildlife Rangers’ photo sale to benefit and safeguard iconic African wildlife species across 100 Protected Areas
WINNERS ANNOUNCED BY HRH THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE AND A STAR-STUDDED CELEBRITY LINE UP
Africa’s wildlife protectors will be honoured at the virtual 2020 Tusk Conservation Awards on 3 December with an additional £1million boost to conservation efforts.
The work of Josia Razafindramanana and her colleagues has led to a 40% increase in the crowned sifaka population of Madagascar's central highlands. Find out how they did it.
Almost 100 ranger teams and 2,000 dedicated supporters from 80 countries competed yesterday in the Wildlife Ranger Challenge, raising much needed funds to support the men and women on the frontline of conservation across Africa.
As Animal Friends Insurance launch their Big Cat – Little Cat campaign in support of Tusk, we look at how naming lions can help with their protection, with the CLAWS Conservancy in Botswana.
After 22 years as a Trustee of Tusk, including the past seven as Chairman, Stephen Watson has retired from the Board, passing the chairmanship to Alexander Rhodes.
"Every day l spend with gorillas brings me more and more excitement and understanding about how these gentle giants live." Goreth Niyibuzu, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
With little chance of either local economies or tourism recovering in Africa any time soon, Tusk’s partners are expecting 2021 to be the hardest year in their project’s history. Please support the Tusk Crisis Appeal to ensure our conservation partners can continue their critical work and develop their resilience for the future.
Congratulations to the Ride 4 Rangers peloton team on completing a 1,407km Land’s End to John O’ Groats UK cycle ride as part of the Wildlife Ranger Challenge, a global fundraising effort to support the vital work of wildlife rangers across Africa.