The education programme works with local schools and individual students as well as the wider community around the park and further afield.
In a move that would prove a disastrous step back for the country's conservation efforts, South Africa's high court has upheld a decision to legalize domestic sales of rhinoceros horn.
At the Tusk Ball yesterday evening, Tusk's Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, delivered the following speech...
Tusk is honoured to have been awarded one of CAF America’s 2020 International Philanthropy Awards, which was presented to the charity at a glittering awards ceremony held in Orlando on 14 January.
As wilderness areas become ever more fragmented the probability that infectious diseases will be transmitted between domestic animals and wildlife increases. Global Animal Health Tanzania (GAHT) works to reduce the likelihood and impact of these events in the buffer zones around the Serengeti ecosystem where people, their dogs and livestock mix with numerous wildlife species.
The Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) is a growing organisation of at least a dozen independent conservancies in the Greater Maasai Mara region (home to the famous wildebeest migration).
Securing the future of Africa's endangered wildlife moves a step closer today as the UK Government pledged its support for Tusk's vital work on conservation's frontline.
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
The Living with Wildlife project is a partnership between Send a Cow and Tusk to help protect the people and wildlife of Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda. It is supported by the UK government, which is matching all public donations that were given to the Living with Wildlife Appeal between 15th January and 14th April 2020.
Last night in a speech at the Tusk Conservation Awards, Tusk's Royal Patron The Duke of Cambridge paid tribute to the extraordinary men and women working tirelessly in Africa, for its people and wildlife. The Duke was accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge to the ceremony at the historic Banqueting House in London.