The Aspinall Foundation is celebrating after sightings of a healthy lion roaming free in a part of Africa where it was believed the species had been driven to extinction.
On 24th June 2014 one year to the day since Djala and his family arrived on an island at the heart of the Bateke Plateau National Park, Gabon from their home at Port Lympne in Kent, we l
As part of engaging with local communities, so that they help to manage the primates living in the forests the charity has also initiated a small scale rice project, to help local people get better
The objective in Madagascar has always been about engaging with local community groups, helping them find revenue sources so that they take on the responsibility for managing the protection of crit
Recent news just in from the Vanatori Neamt Nature Park in Romania is that the six female bison released in June this year are all doing well.
The third family group of ebony langurs have been returned to the wild by The Aspinall Foundation.
The indri is the largest surviving lemur, and is famous for its haunting song that reverberates across the north-eastern rainforests of Madagascar.
A pair Javan Gibbons (Hylobates moloch), one of them Regina, the female who was repatriated from The Aspinall Foundation’ Wild Animal Park in Kent to Indonesia in February 2013 were
One of the highest priority lowland rainforest fragments in Madagascar – Andriantantely, is a haven for critically endangered lemurs, namely diademed sifaka, black-and-white ruffed lemurs, gr
Forest rangers from the Natural Resources Conservation Bureau, West java (BBKSDA), Bogor regency, were informed that a local villager was caring for a baby javan gibbon in his house.