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The Little Fireface Project – Wildlife Friendly Coffee for Slow Lorises and Civets in West Java

Agroganadera La Huella, the inaugural Certified Wildlife Friendly® ranch in Paraguay

Certified Wildlife Friendly® Fibers from Argentina

Certified Wildlife Friendly® : Building Economies to Save Ecologies

Certified Wildlife Friendly® Coconut Oil Produced by Aluan

Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park Celebrates 30 Years | WCS Congo

In 2023, Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park became the inaugural Certified Gorilla Friendly® Park. Gorilla Friendly® certification guarantees the application of best practices in all gorilla-related operations of the park.

Aroma Forest, Certified Wildlife Friendly™

Tanana Silk Project

Certified Jaguar Friendly™ Coffee

MAYDI, A sustainable Fashion Brand producing Wildlife Friendly Garments from Certified Wildlife Friendly™ Wool from Argentina

Tenzing Bodosa: Friend of the Elephant

Chianti Cashmere Video, A Shepherd For A Day.

Volcanoes Safaris Celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2021

25 conservationists from various organizations, including the Uganda Wildlife Authority, WFEN, WCS, UN GRASP, Jane Goodall Institute, Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, Empowers Africa, and many more were brought together at Mount Gahinga Lodge for a retreat that aimed at discussing and taking collective actions to ensure the long-term future of great apes conservation in the Albertine Rift.

WCS Argentina Guanaco

Coffee Agroforestry project in WCS Myanmar

Perros protectores de ganado, aliados para la coexistencia

“Livestock Guardian Dogs, Allies for Coexistence,” a video by the Wildlife Conservation Society, with subtitles in English.

WFEN on Women’s Livelihoods: Securing Resilient Incomes through Natural Capital

A Naturenomics™ Dialogue facilitated by the Balipara Foundation

Video courtesy of the Balipara Foundation

Wildlife Works on CNN

“…a way to not only protect Africa’s wildlife, but also to create sustainable communities at the same time.”

Video courtesy of Wildlife Works

13 Mile Lamb and Wool

Demonstrating that Livestock and Wildlife Can Co-exist.

Video Courtesy of WildFutures ©2001

Ibis Rice: Community Farmers Protect & Conserve the Giant Ibis While Cultivating their Traditional Rice

The Northern Plains of Cambodia are home to the greatest aggregation of large mammals and water birds beyond the savannas of Africa.

Video Courtesy of WCS

Snow Leopard Trust: Saving Snow Leopards for over 25 Years

“By partnering with local people and communities of Central Asia, the Snow Leopard Trust protects the endangered snow leopard.”

Video Courtesy of the Snow Leopard Trust. Thanks to Gayle Podrabsky, Peter Matthiessen, Joel Bennett, Hugh Miles, and NHNZ.