Member Newsletters

Member Newsletters

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Spring 2020 Cover
Spring 2020
  • Elephants Help Shape Carbon-Storing Forests
  • In Ethiopia, Fighting to End the Illegal Wildlife Trade
  • A Lodge that has Helped Save Rwanda's Gentle Giants
Fall 2019 Cover
Fall 2019
  • Death by Hangover
  • Tackling the International Wildlife Trade
  • Pressuring Hold-out Countries to Ban Domestic Ivory Trade
Spring 2019
  • What's in a Name
  • On the Case for African Wildlife: Women Rangers
  • Get the Picture: Q&A with Nature Photographer Billy Dodson
Fall 2018
  • Safeguarding the Rare Ethiopian Wolf
  • Gaining Momentum in the Ivory Fight
  • Lulu the Rhinoceros
Summer 2018
  • Protecting “the forgotten ape”
  • Meet African wildlife’s advocate on Capitol Hill
  • Expanding a park for gorillas
Winter 2017
  • Making a Real Difference
  • A New Logo and a Renewed Commitment
  • An Asset Worth Protecting
Fall 2016 Supplement

Spring 2016 African Wildlife News Special Supplement

Fall 2016
  • Making elephants matter
  • How maps save wildlife
  • Notes from Bili-Uele
Summer 2016
  • Addressing the Extremes
  • Security for Kenya’s Rhinos
  • Diverse Cameroon
2016 Spring Supplement

Spring 2016 African Wildlife News Special Supplement

2016 Spring
  • Dogs in the Groove
  • Winning Photos from Africa
  • Leave a Legacy of Wildlife
2016 Winter
  • The Other Issues
  • Good News for Lions
  • Sensitizing Judges to Trafficking
2015 Fall
  • Booted Up in Ethiopia
  • Back to School
  • Cecil's Legacy
2015 Summer
  • A Watershed Event
  • Secretary Kerry Visit
  • A Poaching Deterrent
  • On the Right Path in Asia

2015 Spring
  • Seeing Success in Africa
  • Progress in Asia on Ivory Trade
  • More Than a Pretty Picture
  • From Conflict to Conservation
2015 Winter
  • Kings of Africa No More?
  • A Diversity of Work for a Diverse Continent
  • The Great Ape Heist
2014 Fall
  • Unnatural Selection
  • Are We Doing Enough 
  • The Human Cost of Protecting Wildlife
2014 Fall Supplement

Fall 2014 African Wildlife News Special Supplement

2014 Summer
  • Closing the Technology Gap
  • Census as Strategy
  • Beyond Bonobos
2014 Spring
  • Hidden in Plain Sight
  • Ensuring a Legacy for Elephants
  • Ivory from Bush to Market
  • Love Everlasting
2014 Spring Supplement
  • The Beauty, Wonder, and Wilderness of Africa
2014 Winter
  • The Sum of its Parts
  • Adapting to Change, Holistically
  • Asia Takes Action
  • Advising South Sudan
  • Kazungula Magnified
2013 Fall Supplement
2013 Summer
  • New School of Thought
  • The Impact of Schools
  • Household Fish Farms
  • Forest Elephant on the Edge of Extinction
  • On a Common Path
2013 Spring
  • A Grave and Growing Threat
  • Embracing Challenges, Creating Opportunities
  • Thanks from AWF (and Betty White)
  • Warrior Athletes Turn to Conservation
  • Africa’s Apes in Decline
2013 Winter
  • The Killing Fields
  • An Elephantine Intervention
  • Where East Meets West
  • Carnivores in the Backyard
  • Welcome, Class of Conservationists 
2012 Fall Supplement
  • Rhinos in Peril
2012 Fall
  • Great Ape Receives Gift from Government
  • Conservation Demands Dedication
  • Mountain Gorillas Threatened by Conflict
  • The Majesty of Africa in Pictures
  • Making an Impact, One Cook Stove at a Time
  • Wildlife Watch
2012 Summer
  • Not Just a Lab, but a Future
  • Investments in the Future
  • A Bird’s-Eye View
  • Ethiopia’s Eden
  • Carnage in Cameroon
2012 Spring
  • Wildlife Habitat Secured Next to Nairobi National Park
  • Rhino Poaching Spikes
  • AWF Recognizes Legacy Gifts
  • Southern Africa Up Close
  • Wildlife Watch
2012 Winter
  • Laikipia National Park
  • Mountain Gorilla Census
  • Kenya Heartland Coffee Project
  • Inyambo Fish Farm
  • Wildlife Watch
2011 Fall
  • 50th Anniversary Celebration at Brookfield Zoo
  • Newly Opened Ngoma Safari Lodge
  • AWF Supports Ivory Burning
  • Lions Project Enlists Samburu Morans
  • Wildlife Watch
2011 Summer
  • With AWF Support, New School Opens
  • Mau Forest Restoration
  • Poaching Kills Gorilla in Uganda
  • Women's Projects
  • Wildlife Watch
2011 Spring
  • Saving the Rhino
  • Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Words
  • New Gorilla Babies in the Virungas
  • The Indianapolis Zoo Supports Africa's Lions
  • Wildlife Watch
2011 Winter
  • Two Thumbs Up! Disneynature and AWF Celebrate Release of "African Cats"
  • Mountain Gorillas—The Numbers Are In
  • Member Spotlight: Candace Ritz
  • Lunching with AWF's "Founding Fathers"
  • Wildlife Watch
2010 Fall
  • A Few Words From AWF's CEO & President
  • AWF Snapshots
  • Manyara Ranch: Then & Now
  • Crystal Clear
  • Wildlife Watch
2010 Summer
  • Elephant Watch
  • Machache - A Few Words From AWF's CEO
  • Counting Critters
  • Enterprising Effects
  • Your Support at Work: Spotlight on Sekute Chiefdom
  • Wildlife Watch
2010 Spring
  • Where Are We Now? Conservation Spotlight
  • Machache - A Few Words: Letter from AWF's CEO
  • Disney Friends for Change
  • Getting to Know you
  • Partnering to Save Giraffes
  • A Model Ambassador
  • A Shared Legacy
2010 Winter
  • A Giant's Comeback
  • Big News: Letter from AWF's CEO
  • AWF Announces Charlotte Fellows
  • AWF Launches First Heartland in West Africa
  • All the Buzz: New Coffee-Quality Laboratory Opens in Kenya
  • The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gives Back
  • Wildlife Watch: Pygmy Hippos