Pangolins

The simple fact is that consumption of wildlife, wildlife parts, and wildlife products, including live animals, contributes
Obscure, reclusive pangolins are disappearing from the planet.
Waiting for Help Regardless of where funding comes to save the besieged ancient forests of Tongka village, I believe we will
There's no question that animal advocacy is a challenging endeavor, and changing public attitudes and laws to protect animals from cruelty and suffering is a long, painstaking process. But, each year, we find that we are making significant progress -- even if it's slower than we'd like.
Last week, officials at the Laos border stopped a suspicious man who was trying to cross into Thailand with dozens of red
The pangolin's numbers are rapidly dwindling. An Endangered Species Act listing is an important and necessary step to end the U.S.'s role in declining pangolin populations and would set an example for the rest of the world. Until then, we remain complicit in this truly unique species' decline.
“That’s one of the problems with species like pangolins,” Annette Olsson, an adviser for Conservation International, told
One of the remaining strongholds for pangolins today, is the tiny nation of Brunei which has retained most of its forests, compared to its neighbors that share Borneo island. This is a truly inspiring story of how one person can make a difference.
Today, global citizens marked the second annual World Wildlife Day as the United Nations announced that the organized crime threat to wildlife species is on the rise. The work to combat these crimes is more important than ever as human impacts drive an unprecedented decline in our planet's wild species. We must address this global crisis from all angles.
I write this blog while I am still in Congo, before my memory loses the smallest of the details. I wish you could smell and feel what I have experienced and witnessed. But my words, I am afraid, are all I can share with you.