The Aspinall Foundation

29/11/2018

Developing Community-based Conservation in the Ambato-Boeny-Maevatanana Forests & Wetlands

Tony King, Conservation & Reintroduction Coordinator, The Aspinall Foundation

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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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31/10/2018

Open Wide!

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23/10/2018

Rare Foal Finds Her Feet At Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve

Keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, are celebrating the arrival of an endangered Przewalski foal, born to parents, Naim and Tergaan, on 20th September 2018.Joel Bunce, Head of Hoofstock Section said: ‘We’re delighted to welcome this little...

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15/10/2018

The Aspinall Foundation Races To Rescue Cheetah Cub From The Illegal Pet Trade

The Aspinall Foundation, a world leading conservation charity based in the UK, has raced to the aid of three cheetah cubs, confiscated from the illegal pet trade by Somaliland Police working with the Somaliland Ministry of Environment and Rural...

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19/09/2018

Public Appeal Launched To Help Name Baby De Brazza's Monkey

Primate Keepers at Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve, Kent’s award winning wild animal park, are celebrating as a De Brazza’s monkey infant makes its public debut. Born in the latter part of July, the precious primate has been clinging closely to its...

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13/09/2018

A Jumbo Surprise At Howletts Wild Animal Park

Keepers and staff at Howletts Wild Animal Park, near Canterbury, were delighted to discover a jumbo surprise had joined the elephant herd, slightly earlier than expected on Monday 10th September, in the early hours of the morning.

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31/08/2018

Cute Crowned Lemur Infant Needs A Name At Howletts Wild Animal Park

To celebrate the launch of the Kids Go Free promotion throughout September, Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, are offering visitors and supporters the chance to name the latest addition to the crowned lemur family.

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