Aparita Datta has launched the Hornbill Watch website enabling the Indian public to learn about hornbills and share sightings

Work by 2012 Whitley Award winner Carlos Vasquez Almazan has led to Guatamela declaring the Sierra Caral a protected area

Stoycho Stoychev and his team win the first Natura 2000 Conservation Award for their work protecting Imperial Eagles

Watch highlights of the 2014 Whitley Awards Ceremony, hosted by Kate Humble

Watch WFN’s Patron and Founder speak at the 2014 Ceremony

The Whitley Awards 2014 were held on 8th May at the Royal Geographic Society in London

Join WFN & 2010 winner Pablo Borboroglu in celebrating the world’s penguins. Find out how you can take part

2009 Whitley Award winner publishes guidebook to East African pollinators

Finalists for the 2014 Whitley Awards will be travelling to London from all over the world for the Awards Ceremony on May 8th

Communities working with Whitley Award winning Project Seahorse badly affected by storm. Relief Funds launched

Global strategy for snow leopards agreed by range country governments. Whitley winner Charu Mishra plays key role