The Aspinall Foundation

29/11/2018

Gabon Update - Mbwambe Released Onto The Mainland

At the end of last year we brought you news of Mbwambe’s transfer in June 2017 to our Gorilla Protection Project at Batéké Plateau National Park in Gabon. She was accompanied by silverback Rapha and young female orphan Dikélé. Since then the...

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29/11/2018

Repatriated Gibbon Released in West Java

Made Wedana, Director TAF Indonesia

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29/11/2018

Genetic Assesment on Reintroduction Planning

Tony King, Conservation & Reintroduction Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation

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29/11/2018

Species Focus - The Clouded Leopard

Originally considered a single species, genetic research has established the clouded leopard is actually two species defined in part by geographical boundaries. Neofelis nebulosa, the species we have at our parks, is restricted to mainland...

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29/11/2018

Four Silverback Gorillas Go From Kent To Congo - PART 2

Arrival in Congo and the start of a new life.

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29/11/2018

We continue our groundbreaking Back to Wild campaign with the chimp and mandrill reintroductions

Amos Courage, Overseas Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation

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29/11/2018

A Cry For Help!

From Adrian Harland, Howletts Animal Director

When The Aspinall Foundation received a phone call requesting help to save desperately ill cheetahs in Somalila

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21/11/2018

The Aspinall Foundation is embarking on one of its most exciting projects to date.

The Aspinall Foundation is always looking for new ways to give the captive animals in our care a better life and, if possible, a chance to live where they belong - in the wild. So, to this end, I am currently halfway through a whirlwind tour of...

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21/11/2018

Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve Awarded Wedding Accolade For Fourth Year.

Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, near Ashford, has been awarded yet another coveted accolade at the hotly contested Kent Wedding Awards 2018.  The popular venue won in the category Wedding Venue of the Year – Something Different, for the fourth year...

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