For the armchair species conservationist a recent Facebook update by SOS grantee PROTOS on their Save Our Cycads page should intrigue. “After two years of planning and determination, may I present to you Uganda's first, ultra-modern ram water-pump!”
Surveys for one of the most threatened parrots in Africa have been recently completed as part of an SOS-funded project in Guinea-Bissau providing important information for the conservation of the species reports grantee, Dr. Rowan Martin, Director...
What have sharks and trees got to do with each other you might ask?
“As a grant-maker, you get tingles of elation in your spine when you see a grantee working on shark conservation consulting on technical issues with another working on tree...
SOS is hosting three events at this year's Congress in Hawaii, including ample opportunity for some of our grantees to speak about their work. Get inspired by the latest IUCN Congress video below and explore our SOS events in the links below that!
According to Oliver Fankem, of SOS grantee and IUCN Member, Zoological Society of London, the recent successful prosecution of four poaching suspects in Djoum town, Cameroon, sends a powerful message: officials are taking wildlife crime seriously.
It was an extra special moment when the President of Madagascar, Mr. Hery Rajaonarimampianina celebrated World Environment Day on June 5th 2016 in Manakara, according to Susie McGuire, director of Conservation Fusion, an SOS grant project partner to...
A Critically Endangered Sunda pangolin (Manis javanica) carrying its offspring on her tail was recently recorded by one of the camera traps located in Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary (Southern Thailand).
Two Critically Endangered crab species, endemic to Bali’s Giri Putri cave, have found themselves in the limelight following a visit by Fauna and Flora International’s (FFI) President, HRH Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands.
A recent report from Borana Conservancy in northern Kenya reveals the scale of the ambition – and challenges – for those looking to secure the black rhino’s future reports SOS grantee, Fauna and Flora International’s Sarah Rakowski.