Donate now: Gibbon aid after landslide
The destroyed enclosureat the Potuki Rescue Centre in Lok Kawi, Malaysia (c) Mariani Ramli, GCS Malaysia Heavy monsoon rains in Malaysia have led to rivers overflowing their banks
Interview: Does protecting wildlife also protect human health?
The responsibility to our fellow human beings is being heatedly discussed right now in this fourth wave of the pandemic. Our responsibility extends even further: the Corona pandemi
Are zoos still up-to-date?
Zoos and large show aquariums are controversial institutions for many conservationists. We ask ourselves the critical question of whether zoos are still appropriate today.
The different faces of wildlife tourism
© Hendrik Heidbrink Wildlife tourism has many different aspects; safaris in national parks, gorilla trekking, elephant riding, petting, and posing with young wild cats. Before we
Is Batman a Bad Man?
(c) Paige Cody/Unsplash Bats have always had a dark and mystical reputation. They are associated with bloodsuckers, Count Dracula and Transylvania. Some find them fascinating, othe
Borneo Gibbon Aid
A lot has happened since our last post on this topic. Perhaps you remember how Hannah found a gibbon cub in need of help shortly before her rushed departure from the jungle of Born
The Last Third of The Rainforest
According to a study, around two-thirds of the original tropical rainforest has been destroyed or at least thinned out by humans. The last third of the rainforest is what we have l
Team Nepada Wildlife – Part 2
The Nepada Wildlife e.V. team show continues. Now with the members who provide creative texts, images and concepts around the protection of species. With the help of the following
Team Nepada Wildlife – Part 1
Die Nepada Wildlife e.V. Teamvorstellung geht weiter. Heute mit den Mitgliedern, die für kreative Texte, Bilder und Konzepte rund um den Artenschutz sorgen....
Countering the next pandemic with species protection
Somewhere in the Far East, a bat, a pangolin and a human meet. A trivial piece of news that normally would have interested no one here in Europe. Had life as we know it not come to