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Learning From Observational Data To Improve Protected Area Management

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Period: January 2016-January 2019

Funder: National Environment Research Council (NERC)

Researchers: Aidan Keane, E.J. Milner-Gulland, Colin Beale, Andy Dobson… 388 more words


Wild Dogs Cover Territory Comparable to Male Tigers

Researchers looking to learn about the territory controlled by wild dogs may finally have their answer — around 85 square kilometers. That’s nearly the same as a male tiger’s  territory, which is about 60-100 sq. 122 more words


Climate Change is Already Threatening Some Species

Often, when we talk about climate change, we talk about the future, about how it’s going to affect the world. But more and more, we’re realizing that it already… 314 more words


Roses? No, try roaches for an unusual Valentine's Day gift

Roaches are red, violets are blue, how about having a bug named for you?

The Bronx Zoo is offering people the chance to name one of its Madagascar hissing cockroaches in honor of someone for Valentine’s Day. 108 more words


Save the Wild Life

Reputable Charity Organizations for ” Save the Wild Life “

Wild Life relies on us , we are all they have!!



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Wind Cave Celebrates Bison Designation as the National Mammal Tuesday, November 1

WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK, SD – Speakers, music, and light refreshments on Tuesday, November 1, mark Wind Cave National Park’s celebration of the designation of the bison as the National Mammal.  297 more words

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New Sniffer Dogs detect illegal ivory, lead to arrest in Tanzania

Thanks to the Wildlife Conservation Society, Tanzanian National Parks (TANAPA) are now using dogs to detect illicit ivory. Jenny, a Belgian Malinois dog, and Dexter, an English springer spaniel, recently helped seize four elephant tusks in a village outside Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park, leading to the arrest of an alleged poacher. 220 more words

ICOM NATHIST Wildlife Trafficking