Helping African partners protect wildlife [infographic]
The U.S. is helping African partners protect wildlife. Learn how these efforts are reducing trafficking and preserving endangered species.
Stopping criminals who traffic wildlife
Pangolins and rhinos are two of the most trafficked animals in Africa to satisfy intense demand from China. See what America's doing to thwart it.
How much do you know about endangered animals? [quiz]
Saving species helps preserve vibrant ecosystems we humans depend on every day. Test your knowledge of some animals at risk of extinction.
Black Mambas take a bite out of wildlife poaching
The women of South Africa's Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit have reduced rhino poaching in their reserve and are protecting other irreplaceable wildlife.
It’s a girl! New calf means hope for rare Sumatran rhino.
The newest Sumatran rhino was born last week in a sanctuary in Indonesia, adding hope for growth to the small population.
U.S. shines a spotlight on wildlife trafficking
In honor of World Wildlife Day, the State Department projected images of animals onto its building to raise awareness about wildlife trafficking.
What does a new trade deal have to do with this...
The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will put in place standards that combat wildlife trafficking, as well as overfishing, in countries that sign on.
On the march for elephants and rhinos
The ground will move October 3 to 4 as the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos thunders through your area. These animals are being hunted to extinction.
Rhinos on the brink
The global rhino population is a fraction what it was 100 years ago. September 22 is a day to celebrate and protect the surviving members of an iconic species.
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