Leading contemporary artists join forces with Tusk to support an iconic species.
Lions, Leadership and Local Communities: A compelling talk revealing how an innovative conservation alliance is strengthening communities, empowering women, and helping secure Africa's wild lion populations
For the past week a devastating fire has been raging across the Mount Kenya region. Fuelled by very high temperatures and winds, it has already destroyed 20,000 hectares of moorland within the mountain ecosystem. Tusk has provided $10,000 (£7,500) in emergency funding to help the Mount Kenya Trust prevent the spread of the fire and restrict the damage, but more is needed.
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.
At the Tusk Ball yesterday evening, Tusk's Royal Patron, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, delivered the following speech...
A unique private safari in support of Tusk across the remotest corners of the Serengeti with the renowned guide Jean du Plessis.
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 welcomes today’s announcement by Environment Secretary Michael Gove of the UK Government’s plans to ban sales of ivory of all ages, and the launch of a public consultation to finalise the details.
Brian Jackman - Britain's foremost writer on wildlife and safaris - looks at the survival of Africa’s most majestic big cats.
The Tusk Rhino Trail sculptures have raised an extraordinary £624,000 at auction.