The Tusk Rhino Trail sculptures have raised an extraordinary £624,000 at auction.
HRH the Duke of Cambridge joined Tusk on a tour to Namibia and Tanzania to visit the Tusk projects playing an integral part in the fight to #endwildlifecrime
The 21 unique works of art will now go under the hammer at the world-renowned Christie's auction house in London on Tuesday 9 October. Registration for online bidding is available now via artsy.net/tusk-auction
Tusk’s Royal Patron, HRH the Duke of Cambridge is this week on a tour to Namibia and Tanzania to visit the Tusk projects playing an integral part in the fight to #endwildlifecrime
This evening Tusk's Royal Patron, HRH the Duke of Cambridge, is embarking on a tour to Namibia and Tanzania to visit the Tusk projects playing an integral part in the fight to #endwildlifecrime.
Today, Environment Secretary Michael Gove MP joined Illegal Wildlife Trade Conference Champion Zac Goldsmith MP on the Tusk Rhino Trail.
Today Tusk's Royal Patron, The Duke of Cambridge, met artists from the Tusk Rhino Trail at an event held in Kensington Palace Gardens.
Adventurer and Tusk Patron Bear Grylls has thrown his support behind the Tusk Rhino Trail.
Leading contemporary artists join forces with Tusk to support an iconic species.
PRESS RELEASE: Announcing the shortlist for the 2018 Tusk Award for Conservation in Africa, Charlie Mayhew, CEO of Tusk Trust said, “The incredible efforts and inspirational leadership of this year’s finalists offer both great hope and a way forward to secure the future of Africa’s endangered wildlife.”
Each year on 31 July the world honours and celebrates the vital work rangers do as Earth’s guardians, risking their lives to defend wildlife and wild places. Tusk pays tribute to these incredible conservationists with its annual Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award, and for World Ranger Day, we caught up with last year's winners - Solomon Chidunuka and Lucky Ndlovu - to find out what impact winning the award has had on their work.
Lewis fails to consider our moral obligation to an iconic species, as well as the UK’s potential to influence and support global action to halt the march of the fourth largest criminal industry in the world.