WILD TOMORROW FUND NEWS
PRESS RELEASE: INTRODUCING THE MFULENI CONSERVANCY
Wild Tomorrow Fund announces second habitat protection project in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Wild Tomorrow Fund announces its latest habitat protection project, the Mfuleni Conservancy, which will expand habitat for elephant, critically endangered black rhinoceros, cheetah and other species.
PRESS RELEASE: WILD TOMORROW FUND DISCOVERS FIRST NEW WIDOW SPIDER SPECIES IN 28 YEARS
Wild Tomorrow Fund announces the discovery of a new spider species¨the Phinda Button Spider¨ in the critically endangered sand forest of South Africa.
PRESS RELEASE: 2018 UMVIKELI WILDLIFE PROTECTOR AWARD ANNOUNCED
Wild Tomorrow Fund announces South African wildlife veterinarian, Dr. Dave Cooper as the 2018 recipient of the Umvikeli Wildlife Protector Award for his lifetime of dedication to the care, management and conservation of African rhinoceros and other wild animals in Africa.
NEW YORK CONSERVATION OFFICERS TRAIN SOUTH AFRICAN RANGERS
DEC Commissioner Seggos Applauds Return of Conservation Officers from Anti-Poaching Trip to South Africa
Five New York Officers Trained African Law Enforcement Officials in Forensic Crime Scene Investigation Techniques.
WILDLIFE PASSION REWARDED
Humble KZN vet gives credit to his team and rangers
Dave Cooper tells the South African, Independent on Saturday how he felt when hearing he was the recipient of Wild Tomorrow Fund’s annual Umvikeli award.
THE LAUNCH OF OUR BITCOIN CURRENCY FUNDRAISER
Partnering with The BitGive Foundation
Read about how bitcoin can be used to protect elephants and rhinos, leveraging blockchain technology.
MUN-YA-WANA CONSERVANCY SPOTTED HYENA PROJECT
The four year study on the spotted hyena has begun
Read about the launch of the spotted hyena project led by Wild Tomorrow Fund ecologist, Axel Hunnicutt.
Fifty three elephants are translocated from South Africa to Mozambique
Read the story of how Wild Tomorrow Fund helped support the safe translocation of fifty three elephants from South Africa to Mozambique.
THE WASHINGTON POST
Seized ivory probed for clues that could help save elephants
Wild Tomorrow Fund is working with scientists to glean information from both illegal ivory art and elephant dung to provide clues that could help save the lives of pachyderms that are being slaughtered for their tusks in Africa.
Fighting ivory trafficking with forensic science
Journalist, Adrienne Kenyon writes about the seized ivory sampling Wild Tomorrow Fund performed with Dr. Samuel Wasser and Assistant Professor Kevin Uno.
HAMPTONS PET MAGAZINE
Saving the Wild - From New York to Zululand
Wendy Hapgood, Chief Operating Officer & co-founder of Wildlife Tomorrow Fund, is a featured contributor for the Fall 2017 edition. Along with photography by renowned wildlife photographer, Shannon Wild, Wendy's story describes Wild Tomorrow Fund's habitat conservation work.
The Butterfly Effect – Tembe’s Wild Dogs
Clinton Wright, Senior Ecologist and co-founder of Wildlife Tomorrow Fund talks about how support from Natracare made a difference to both his and animals' lives at Tembe Elephant Park.
An interview with Wild Tomorrow Fund Executive Director, John Steward.
Read the story of how John's life was changed after going on a volunteer vacation 5 years ago.
IVORY DONATION PRESS RELEASE
Wild Tomorrow Fund receives $100,000 from the Manhattan District Attorney.
Wild Tomorrow Fund announced today that they are the recipients of a $100,000 donation from the Manhattan District Attorney as a result of the largest ivory bust in New York State’s history.
UKUWELA PRESS RELEASE
Wild Tomorrow Fund saves land in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
Wild Tomorrow Fund announced today that it has successfully secured a 1,235 acre (500 hectare) plot of riverfront wilderness in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa, creating a new protected area called the Ukuwela Conservancy.
NEW YORK TIMES
A Mammoth Step in the Pursuit of Illicit Ivory Sales
Chief Operating Officer, Wendy Hapgood is featured in this story involving the biggest ivory bust in New York history.
NAT GEO VOICES
Refocusing on the Facts for World Lion Day #worldlionday
Ecologist, Axel Hunnicutt talks about the real threats facing wild lions.
Louis Vuitton fashion shoot on our Ukuwela Conservancy
We were delighted to host the Esprit Magazine photo crew for their recent Louis Vuitton fashion shoot.
New York detective work saves rhinos in South Africa
Ecologist, Axel Hunnicutt writes about dehorning black rhinos with money awarded to us by New York State.
A vision of living and loving the wilds of KZN
WTF ambassadors, Anton and Emma Roberts chat with the Zululand Observer about their lives in the bush.
NAT GEO VOICES
Rhino Wars: A Short History on #worldrhinoday
Ecologist, Clinton Wright explains how the current rhino extinction threat is not the first time these animals have been on the brink.
Greenwich man makes his way in the wilds of Africa
Ecologist and Greenwich local, Axel Hunnicutt talks about his experiences in conservation.
From South Wootton to the frontline of nature
Executive Director, John Steward chats with the magazine about what drove him start Wild Tomorrow Fund.