Archives for November 2015

UK Wildlife Crime Stoppers Awarded

30 November 2015 | World Wildlife Fund UK News Release

Samantha Trackman, (Border Force) and Helen Bulmer, (NWCU) were commended for their outstanding contribution towards [Continue Reading…]

Mozambique Completes Elephant Collaring Effort

26 November 2015 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE – A team of conservationists from WCS, the Government of Mozambique’s National [Continue Reading…]

Another Smuggled Orangutan Returned Home

24 November 2015 | Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation News Release

Jakarta, 23 November 2015. In July 2015, the Kuwait International Airport successfully intercepted an attempt to illegally [Continue Reading…]

World’s Most Endangered Primates Revealed

24 November 2015 | International Union for Conservation of Nature News Release

The latest edition of ‘Primates in Peril: The world’s 25 most endangered primates’ has been revealed today. Compiled by the [Continue Reading…]

Global Alliance Celebrates Combating Wildlife Crime

23 November 2015 | Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species News Release

Geneva – The increased involvement of organized crime groups and on some [Continue Reading…]

New Study for Understanding Leopards

23 November 2015 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

In a novel study that relied on newspaper reports of “leopard conflict incidents,” scientists with the Wildlife Conservation [Continue Reading…]

Delmarva Fox Squirrel No Longer Endangered

13 November 2015 | U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service News Release

MILTON, Del. – The U.S. Department of the Interior today announced that due to concerted conservation efforts by states, [Continue Reading…]

Navy to Reassess Training Endangering Marine Mammals

12 November 2015 | Center for Biological Diversity News Release

HONOLULU— The U.S. Navy today said it plans to prepare a new environmental impact statement for training and testing [Continue Reading…]

Mongolia Takes SMART Approach to Catch Poachers

12 November 2015 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

Efforts to recover wildlife and plants impacted by overharvest and illegal trade in Mongolia’s Gobi and Eastern Steppes [Continue Reading…]

Mega-dams Jeopardize Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphin

10 November 2015 | World Wildlife Fund UK News Release

Whilst years of effective conservation work has slowed the rapid rate of decline of the critically endangered Mekong River [Continue Reading…]

International Waterbird Conference Starts in Bonn

09 November 2015 | United Nations Environment Programme News Release

Bonn – Waterbird populations across the African-Eurasian flyway are on a downward trend, with declining populations outstripping [Continue Reading…]

Trans Pacific Partnership Falls Short for Wildlife

05 November 2015 | Defenders of Wildlife News Release

Washington – The New Zealand government has released the details of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a massive trade [Continue Reading…]


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