October is Bat Appreciation Month, so we are going a little batty over bats! Tune in to Rainforest Trust’s Tropic Topics podcast below to listen to our Board Chair and bat enthusiast, John Mitchell, talk all things bats with Cat and Lauren.
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Rainforest Trust supports our passionate conservation partners around the world who dedicate their lives to protecting threatened species and the habitats that are their homes. Two incredibly inspiring partners are Terese and John Hart, who work in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and who with support from Rainforest Trust played a key role […]
John Oliver, comedian and host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, slammed birds in one of his hilarious rants just a few weeks ago. Tune in to Rainforest Trust’s Tropic Topics podcast below to listen to our resident “bird guy,” Director of Biodiversity Conservation Dr. Bert Harris, respond. The clip from John Oliver’s show is censored, […]
The Understory is a podcast focused on current trending conservation topics hosted by Rainforest Trust’s Conservation Outreach team. This episode, learn how the Guardian is putting elephants in the spotlight on a global scale and how you can help protect real habitat for elephants with Rainforest Trust.
The Ngandja Natural Reserve has been recently established thanks to Rainforest Trust’s local partner, donors and other supporters, safeguarding over 700,000 acres in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The newly established Ngandja Natural Reserve protects the northern part of Misotshi-Kabogo, an area within the DRC that is of critical importance for amphibian, bird […]
Thanks to Rainforest Trust’s local partner, donors and other supporters, the 219,609-acre Gola Forest National Park– only the second National Park in Liberia– was declared on September 22. This new Park protects part of the Guinean Forest of West Africa, which contains astonishing levels of endemic plant and animal life. Rainforest Trust worked with local […]
World Cassowary Day, celebrated on September 24, highlights the importance of these threatened birds to rainforest ecosystems. Combine two Papuan words—“kasu,” meaning horned, and “weri,” referring to head— and you get the name as well as description of one of the largest birds on earth. The shape and markings of the cassowary’s helmet-like casque are […]
Two nature enthusiasts bike across South America to raise funds for the Amazon. Amy Tunstall and Jake Wilcox are no strangers to the open road; both are avid bicyclists with a taste for adventure and passion for experiencing the natural world. Following the conclusion of the recent Olympics hosted in Brazil, Amy and Jake have […]
Former Member of the New South Wales Upper House, Richard Jones is a lifelong advocate for the environment. He now utilizes his love of producing ceramics to protect the rainforest and its endangered species that are so dear to his heart. Richard Jones has worn many hats over the years: publisher, environmental NGO founder, member […]
At a recent international conference, Rainforest Trust announced a major initiative to help establish Protected Areas across the tropics. Rainforest Trust has launched the SAVES (Safeguarding Areas Vital to Endangered Species) Challenge at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress (WCC) in Hawaii. Through this initiative, Rainforest Trust has committed to […]
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