To reduce human-elephant conflicts in Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia, WRS supports response units that monitor and safeguard the park's elephants.Find out more
A Great Pied Hornbill diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer has been given a fighting chance to survive, following a surgery to outfit it with a 3D-printed prosthetic casque.
Children and youths are the future stewards of the environment, and Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) is bringing the young on board to advocate a more sustainable planet.
In its third year, Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s Go Green for Wildlife campaign rallies its guests and animal ambassadors to combat deadly plastic pollution. This year’s theme – Fight the Deadliest Monster – bolsters the message from previous years: to reduce single-use plastics by refusing straws and advocating the bring-your-own (BYO) movement, to use refillable bottles, reusable shopping bags and reusable containers and utensils for takeaway.
Over a million animals are killed each year due to plastic waste. Find out how we are reducing plastic use at our parks, and how you too can play a part.
Reusing and recycling reduces the need for raw materials and improper disposal of waste. Find out about our reusing and recycling practices and easy ways you can do so at home.