The Legacy Club

Web Talks

Legacy Club and Loyal Supporter Webinar Series

The sun shines above the grasslands of Loisaba Conservancy.
Loisaba Conservancy TNC is working with partners to stitch together a 10-million-acre mosaic of community, government, and private lands in northern Kenya for people and nature. © Niels Van Gijn

Saving the Wild

Protecting rhinos in Kenya and orangutans in Borneo


What: The fates of rhinos in Kenya and orangutans in Borneo hang in the balance. But there is still hope! Join us for a special webinar series to learn how TNC is protecting irreplaceable habitat not only for wildlife, but for all of us who depend on the natural world.

Who: Meet local TNC experts and community partners and get a glimpse of conservation in action. Hear how smart science and innovative solutions are helping to safeguard habitat for wildlife and support livelihoods for people.

Q&A: Enjoy a live Q&A during the second half of each webinar—bring your questions!

Register for one or both events below. Participating online is ideal, but a phone-in option is also available. Call (877) 812-3698 or email for more information.

An adult and juvenile rhino stand amongst golden yellow grasses.
Black Rhinos A mother and baby black rhino stand in the grasslands of Kenya. © David Clode


Thursday, November 4, 2021
12 p.m. ET / 9 a.m. PT

Not so long ago, black rhinos nearly disappeared forever, poached almost to extinction. Today, with TNC support, we’ll return a beloved species to Loisaba Conservancy’s open grasslands for the first time in 50 years—helping to support Kenya’s nationwide effort to continue rebuilding its black rhino population.


An orangutans sits in a tree amongst green leaves and branches.
Bornean Orangutan Orangutans rely on healthy forests for their survival. © Katie Hawk/TNC


Thursday, November 18, 2021
7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT

The tropical rainforests of Borneo, a region of critical biodiversity and home to three-quarters of the world’s orangutans, are disappearing at an alarming rate. Join us to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the rainforest and to learn about TNC’s partnerships with local communities and government agencies to launch innovative conservation strategies to preserve this amazing area.


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