Killings highlight importance of work carried out by the likes of Whitley Award winner, Sergei Bereznuk, to fight poaching

2012 is the Year of the Bat! Learn how WFN has helped to support bat conservation around the world

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The Kilverstone Wildlife Trust have awarded £5,500 to support three Whitley Award winning projects in Latin America

Whitley Alumni Dino Martins and Brad Norman have been sharing their work with the world through TED lectures

With the help of funding from WFN, researchers have located and filmed snow leopard cubs in Mongolia for the first time

Legal action by Angela Maldonado has halted the collection of wild monkey’s for bio-medical research in Colombia

2006 Winner, Supi Seshan, writes about the Western Ghat’s new status in the Hindustan Times

Continuation Funding has been awarded to six past Whitley Award winners to aid the scale up of their successful work

Dami will receive £27,000 in project funding to support collaboration with WWF’s Heart of Borneo Programme

Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka pays moving tribute to Ruhondeza, a gorilla who has played an important part in her successful work

Research by 2010 Whitley Award winner, Pablo Borboroglu, has shown the flightless Chubut Steamerduck is vulnerable.