News & updates

New animals are being taken from smugglers on a daily basis. You can find ongoing reports of that on our Instagram page. Bigger stories and press releases are found here on our website.

  • Baby orangutans saved from smugglers


    Wildlife Watchdogs Foundation has rescued two baby orangutans from smugglers in Indonesia. The animals were hidden in a bus under a load of banana boxes and on their way to the island of Java to be traded.

  • Art for Wildlife Auction


    Indonesië verkeert in een ernstige crisis vanwege de pandemie, die directe gevolgen heeft voor de dieren. Dierenopvangcentra hebben grote financiële problemen door de afnemende donaties en nu hebben meer dieren uw hulp nodig!

  • Covid-19 Crisis for the animals.


    Indonesia is in serious crisis due to the pandemic right now, which has direct consequences for the animals. Animal Rescue Centers are in big financial problems due to the declining donations and now more and more animals are in need of your help!

  • Traveling dolphin shows finally stopped after 11 years.


    After 11 years of campaigning, Wildlife Watchdogs has succeeded in stopping one of the cruelest dolphin shows in the world. Since February 5, 2020, the traveling Indonesian dolphin shows have been officially banned and will disappear forever.

Wildlife Watchdogs is registered at the Chamber of Commerce in The Hague (CoC nr. 27267128) and recognized by the Minister of Finance as a Public Benefit Organisation (ANBI no. 814973140).

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