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The coronavirus lockdown adds to challenges for those on the frontline of the war against poaching.

Team Lioness: the Kenyan women rangers risking their lives for wildlife

The coronavirus lockdown adds to challenges for those on the frontline of the war against poaching

Billion-dollar wildlife industry in Vietnam under assault as law drafted to halt trading | Environment | The Guardian

Billion-dollar wildlife industry in Vietnam under assault as law drafted to halt trading

Move aimed at street markets, online traders and farms with links to illegal wildlife trading

World Wildlife Day 2020 - Sustaining all life on Earth

World Wildlife Day 2020 - Sustaining all life on Earth

This official PSA for UN World Wildlife Day 2020 was produced by the CITES Secretariat with the generous support of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biol...

Celebrate the world's wonderful biodiversity and help protect wildlife today and everyday!   #WorldWildlifeDay

World Wildlife Day

Celebrate the world's wonderful biodiversity and help protect wildlife today and everyday! #WorldWildlifeDay

New report analyses unprecedented levels of pangolin trafficking, urging stakeholders to tackle it as transnational crime

The Vanishing Pangolin

The Wildlife Justice Commission analysed seizure data and combined it's own findings to offer a picture of how criminal networks trade pangolin scales.

Why elephants love baobab and spekboom trees

Why elephants love baobab and spekboom trees

The elephant sanctuary, an unforgettable experience bringing Elephant and Man together in a unique and special way. Walk and interact with elephants. Sleep next to elephants in our exclusive 12 bed indo-African lodge. Daily programmes, tour groups, workshop-style conferences, incentives and team building.

Usually, where there is poverty, there is crime involving drugs, guns, human trafficking or poaching. Illegal poaching is a multimillion-dollar industry that might involve the selling of elephant tusks or ivory and rhino horns on the black market.

Impact of Extreme Poverty on Elephants and Rhinos

Extreme poverty on elephants and rhinos has caused thousands of elephants and rhinos to be killed which has gripped nations where they live.

In pictures: The sniffer dogs taking on Africa’s poachers!!

Canines with a nose for detection have led to hundreds of arrests and the disruption of smuggling routes.

The Long Tentacles of Safari Club International (SCI) Undermining Conservation Efforts in Africa - EMS Foundation

The Long Tentacles of Safari Club International (SCI) Undermining Conservation Efforts in Africa - EMS Foundation

28th November 2019 The SCI exists to ‘protect the freedom to hunt’ and promote ‘wildlife conservation worldwide’. Since 2000, the organisation has spent $140 million on achieving its first objective through ‘policy advocacy, litigation and education for federal and state legislators to ensure hunting is protected for future generations.’ A little-known fact is that it also has […]

Poachers in Kruger National Park there is No More Hiding in the Dark!

Poachers in Kruger National Park - No More Hiding in the Dark

Poachers in Kruger National Park - unbeknownst to these wildlife criminals counter poaching has been closely watching them as they traverse the protected area

The Lion King ‘Simba’ Syndrome

The Lion King ‘Simba’ Syndrome

I beg every single one of you to think VERY carefully before you pet a lion cub, or any other wild animal for that matter, as you will be part of the problem. Go and enjoy the Lion King, I certainly will, but don’t support the captive breeding and suffering of these magnificent creatures.

Plight of the Lions

Plight of the Lions

CBC News Network's Andrew Nichols talks to Beverly and Dereck Joubert about the current state of lions in the wild - and whether the new Lion King film will ...

The Great Elephant Debate: Myth-busting jumbo fallacies

The Great Elephant Debate: Myth-busting jumbo fallacies - Conservation Action Trust

Botswana has a growing population of humans and cattle, not elephants. Outside protected areas, desertification caused by cattle over-grazing too often gets ignored. Hunting will not solve this problem; appropriate land use planning will. Botswana, as is now clearly documented in the peer-reviewed literature, has an elephant poaching problem, not an overpopulation problem. Between 2014Read More

Yes, I’m a hunter. My targets are duplicity, lies and...

OP-ED: Yes, I’m a hunter. My targets are duplicity, lies and cruelty

The trophy hunting industry is on the wrong side of history, serves the macabre leisure pursuits of a handful of the wealthy elite and yet, bizarrely, we environment writers are the ones vilified for trying to call it to account.

Lion populations show significant loss of genetic diversity, say researchers - Africa Geographic

Lion populations show significant loss of genetic diversity, say researchers - Africa Geographic

Lion populations in southern Africa are weakening genetically, and less able to recover from current and future pressures, say researchers.

Photos capture diversity of life on Earth while inspiring conservation

Photos Capture Diversity of Life on Earth While Inspiring Conservation

BigPicture photo contest winners celebrate diversity of life while inspiring conservation.

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