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

Cloud Forest

Forests that drink from the clouds

September 24, 2018

Still, humid air alive with the chatter of monkeys and the calls of colorful birds under a towering, tangled canopy. We are all familiar with the image of the rainforest. Vast expanses of green cloaking lowland areas in the tropics, rainforests tend to vary little in temperature and humidity. But as we scale mountains rising Read more

Actress and Model Suki Waterhouse Gets Wild with GWC

September 10, 2018

Suki Waterhouse is a woman of many talents. A British actress, model and entrepreneur, Suki can now add ambassador for Global Wildlife Conservation to her CV (and we have no doubt she will!). We are thrilled to team up with Suki to tell the stories of some of our world’s more overlooked and threatened wildlife. Read more

Newly discovered frog species named after GWC’s Robin Moore

February 22, 2017

There’s no doubt about it: Even though Robin Moore’s recent namesake is teeny tiny, it represents a giant honor. Indian amphibian biologist SD Biju recently named one of seven newly discovered frogs after GWC’s communications director: Robin Moore’s Night Frog (Nyctibatrachus robinmoorei). At a mere 12.2-mm, Robin Moore’s Night Frog is one of the smallest Read more

Worth 1,000 Words

November 12, 2016

Engaging people with wildlife they may never see up close is a challenge, but a challenge that GWC Communications Director Robin Moore embraces. Moore, an internationally acclaimed nature photographer, says photography plays a vital role in opening people’s eyes to the wonder of the planet. On Nov. 15, Moore will be sharing his stories about Read more

Saving Goat Islands

September 28, 2016

On Thursday, Sept. 22, the incredible news broke that a massive transshipment port proposed in the heart of Jamaica’s largest Protected Area would instead be built in a less environmentally sensitive area. The seemingly simple announcement marks an unprecedented win for conservation, the culmination of three years of hard-fought battle to preserve Jamaica’s natural heritage Read more

Wildlife Championships: Going for Gold

August 16, 2016

Every few years the world comes together to celebrate the superhumans among us, those who can run faster, jump higher, lift more and push the limits of what we believe humans can accomplish. For wildlife around the planet, however, the Olympics are a daily event, as animals excel at performing seemingly impossible feats. Mastering those Read more

Race for the Rainbow Toad

May 26, 2016

The first time I heard about the International Bornean Frog Race, I had visions of crowds cheering on Freddie and Frida as they hopped down a frog-track in a bid to beat their amphibious competitor. It was with great relief and excitement that I learned that it is not, in fact, a race among frogs, Read more

Honoring endangered species all year round

May 20, 2016

May 20th marks Endangered Species Day, but at Global Wildlife Conservation, we celebrate biodiversity every second of every day. We checked in with GWC staff and GWC associate conservation scientists to learn more about why each person is committed to doing what it takes to conserve wildlife—and to discover which endangered species are among the Read more