The Music Makes its Way into the Desert

Sharing the knowledge, insights and lived experience of rangers, their families, and the global conservation community is critical to building a strong foundation of support for the work we do.

Indigenous Australian rangers share skills and stories with Kenya’s Maasai rangers.

Every day Rangers risk their lives to protect wildlife and wild places across the globe.

Sumatra, Indonesia is home to Sumatran tigers, elephants and rhino, all of which are critically endangered.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a land torn by civil unrest.

Thin Green Line continues to reach more Fallen Ranger families each year.

Pablo Guerra Aldazabal, jaguar tracker from our conservation partner Rewilding Argentina, takes us through a typical day in his life.

Wildlife tracker, Marianela Masat, from our conservation partner Rewilding Argentina tells us about the efforts they are making.

Craig Millar, Chief Operating Officer of Big Life, sat down with us to talk about the tremendous impact of the LEAD Ranger Program.

Constance Mwandaa of Wildlife Works in Kenya talks about becoming a ranger, the challenges she faced in a male-dominated industry, and her pride at being a leader.

An inside look at the training rangers go through to prepare them for the wild.

Amanda Dudgeon is a park ranger embarking on a 12-month solo expedition around Australia and the Pacific.

Rangers are no strangers to diversity.

A wildlife expert who worked extensively in the USA, as well as in Europe and Africa.

Losing a loved one is never easy, and when that loved one is a brave ranger who has made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our planet, the pain can be especially hard to bear.

Project partner Fundación Jocotoco protects critically threatened habitats and species in Ecuador.

We think it’s about time that we introduce you to a very special member of our extended team…

A message from our ambassador Dr Jane Goodall on the risks rangers face every day as first responders

Imagine a job where you’re helping re-establish nature on a vast scale.

The Thin Green Line Foundation is very pleased to announce the support for 32 projects through our 2021 Ranger Support Grant program.

Senior Brazilian Ranger, Marcelo Segalerba, talks about the challenges faced by rangers in Latin America, and their continued support from The Thin Green Line.

Human-wildlife conflict puts rangers in peacekeeper roles, having to deter wildlife from dining-out on crops.

A message from our project partners this #WorldRangerDay.

Grevy’s Zebra Trust is addressing the urgent need to conserve Grevy’s zebra in the community rangelands of northern Kenya.

Grevy’s Zebra Trust work with communities in northern Kenya to protect one of Africa’s most endangered large mammals.

Thin Green Line provided support for Ranger teams protecting gorillas and other rare species.

Three East African Rangers have been killed by elephants in recent weeks.

Newly equipped for long range patrols in the World Heritage Site bordering Thailand and Cambodia, Thai Rangers send a message of thanks to supporters of The Thin Green Line Foundation.

The current pandemic and its aftermath could undermine decades of conservation effort.

We hope you and your loved ones are keeping safe in these unprecedented times in modern history.

Ofem Jacinta Eyong, one of the 3000 female rangers in Nigeria, speaks about the importance of her work and how empowering female rangers is essential to it.