An Extraordinary Encounter With the Rare Javan Rhino

November 19, 2018

By Robin Moore In my career as a conservation biologist and photographer, there are just a few moments so charged that they will stay with me forever. Being in the presence of a wild Javan Rhino is one. When I was invited to join a donor trip to Ujung Kulon National Park, I didn’t skip Read more


Plotting a Future for the Wildlife of Redonda Island

September 25, 2018

By Mike Appleton, GWC’s manager of protected area management It’s not often in conservation that we get to see the immediate results of our efforts. It usually takes years, if not generations, to begin to see signs that species and habitats are recovering because of our actions. This is partly what made my recent trip Read more