The purpose of Wild Animal Rescue Network Asia (WARN) is to enhance the capabilities of East and South East Asian wildlife rescue centres to rescue and conserve wildlife, provide conservation awareness education for the public and advocate minimum standards for wildlife rescue centres.
Wild Animal Rescue Network Asia is comprised of people and organisations in East and South-east Asia that work hands-on in the following activities:
- Wildlife Rescue Centers
- Government Departments on Wildlife and Nature
- Wildlife Law Enforcement Assistance
- Animal Welfare Organisations
- Wildlife Hospitals
- Mobile Wildlife Clinics
- Wildlife Rehabilitation Projects
The countdown is now on with less than two months to go until this year’s Wild Animal Rescue Network (WARN) conference, set to take place 13-15 June 2023, at the…
We’re delighted to share with you that Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) will be hosting the upcoming Wild Animal Rescue Network (WARN) conference from 13-15 June 2023. The theme of the conference,…
WARN (Wild Animal rescue Network - ASIA) will organize its 11th meeting this year 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. This year's meeting will consist of three days of meetings, workshops…
The first workshop of 2019 of the Wild Animal Rescue Network of Asia (WARN ASIA) ended yesterday, Wednesday the 23rd of January after three days of meetings, presentations and open…
WILD ANIMAL RESCUE NETWORK CONFERENCE 9 - 13th November 2018 Pingtung Rescue Centre, Taiwan Dear Sir/Madam, Warm greetings! Wild Animal Rescue Network (WARN) is an internationally registered Non-Government Organization. For…
Welcome to Petchaburi Thailand for the 2016 WARN conference! 8th East and Southeast Asian Wild Animal Rescue Network Conference “WARN 2016”…
“WARN 2014” 23-27 November, 2014 Hong Kong SAR, China “Challenges Faced during Long Term Maintenance of Rescued Wildlife” INVITATION The Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden Fauna Conservation Department is pleased…
- Rescue Rehabilitate and Release wildlife
- Conduct, Encourage and Assist public Education programmes to highlight wildlife Conservation issues
- Conduct relevant Research that will assist in the rescue, Rehabilitation and Release process and hence contribute to the collective knowledge for the species
- Care for and provide good Quality of Life for Rescued animals held in our centres
- Promote Camaraderie and Cooperation among wildlife rescue centres
- Provide a forum in which members can Exchange Information, share Expertise and Coordinate Activities of Common Interests
- Support in situ wildlife Conservation and Research programmes and promote their integration with ex situ programmes in WARN Institutions
- Advocacy and Support for implementing Effective national and international Wildlife Conservation Laws and Policies
WARN (ASIA) stands for Wild Animal Rescue Network, a network of wild animal rescue centers, wildlife law enforcement groups, and officials and animal protection groups. In East and Sout-East Asia.
WARN was established as a registered foundation in August 2013 after several meetings were held in Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand.
Currently WARN has members in the following countries; China, Taiwan R.O.C., South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, we hope to include members from Myanmar, Brunei, Papua New Guinea, Japan, and North Korea soon.
2009 – 1st meeting of WARN was held at Pin Tung University in Kaochung, Taiwan
2010 – 2nd meeting was held in Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam
2011 – 3rd meeting was hosted by WFFT in Thailand
2013 – WARN officially legally registered
2012 – 4th Annual meeting in Sabah, Malaysia
2014 – 6th WARN annual meeting by KFBG in Hong Kong
2015 – 7th WARN annual meeting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2016 – 8th WARN meeting at WFFT in Thailand
2017 – 9th WARN meeting at EPRC in Vietnam
2018 – 10th WARN meeting PTRC in Taiwan (R.O.C.)
2019 – 11th WARN annual meeting in Thailand
2023 – 12th WARN meeting to be hosted by WFFT in Thailand
With annual meetings, we hope to further strengthen our ties, exchange knowledge, information, and ideas, to tackle local and national problems on a regional level.