Posts Tagged ‘ Elephants ’

Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

22. Juni 2017
Tsavo elephant census reveals population back above 12,000

James Isiche Jun 22 2017 Elephant numbers are on the rise in the Tsavo Conservation Area. After reviewing data collected in the ten-day aerial elephant census conducted this February, the elephant population there has risen to 12,866. read more
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Kenya railway line’s effects on development, animal welfare

15. Juni 2017
Kenya railway line’s effects on development, animal welfare

Steve Njumbi Jun 15 2017 Human development and conservation share a common platform – finite land. read more
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INTERPOL research says illegal wildlife trade exists on Darknet

13. Juni 2017
INTERPOL research says illegal wildlife trade exists on Darknet

Tania McCrea-Steele Jun 14 2017 An INTERPOL report has found that some wildlife criminals are turning to the Darknet in their attempts to traffic products made from rhinos read more
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Rehabbed orphans Chamilandu, Batoka have some wild elephant encounters

9. Juni 2017
Rehabbed orphans Chamilandu, Batoka have some wild elephant encounters

Lisa Olivier Jun 12 2017 It has been an interesting week for elephants Chamilandu (11 years) and Batoka (nine years) as the two gear up for release. read more
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Writer of new film tackling trophy hunting explains inspiration

9. Juni 2017

Kerry Branon Jun 9 2017 What would you say if you were sitting across from the hunter who killed Cecil the lion at a dinner party? Filmmaker Mike White (School of Rock, The Good Girl etc.) pondered that very question when writing the screenplay for Beatriz at Dinner in the summer of 2015 around...
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Creating a network to defeat a network

5. Juni 2017

Azzedine Downes Jun 5 2017 Premiere episode of  Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly featured IFAW’s tenBoma program and its architect, Lt Col Faye Cuevas.  read more
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Why some creative poaching solutions fail

2. Juni 2017
Why some creative poaching solutions fail

Rikkert Reijnen Jun 2 2017 Poaching is an epidemic. Seeing carcasses of giant, majestic animals like elephants and rhinoceroses slaughtered for their ivory and horn evokes anger and frustration. read more
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Donated ivory fingerprinting kit helps nab 15 trafficking suspects

2. Juni 2017

Jacqueline Nyagah Jun 2 2017 read more
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Trump budget terrible for conservation

31. Mai 2017
Trump budget terrible for conservation

Peter LaFontaine May 26 2017 The White House budget for 2018 is out, and it’s read more
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Wildlife Crimes Investigation Unit leads to Zambian ivory trafficker arrest

23. Mai 2017
Wildlife Crimes Investigation Unit leads to Zambian ivory trafficker arrest

Mike Labuschagne May 23 2017 Zambia-Malawi Border. read more
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Rescued elephant calf reunited with mother

22. Mai 2017
Rescued elephant calf reunited with mother

Rupa Gandhi Chaudhary May 22 2017
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Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

18. Mai 2017
Protecting endangered wildlife through landscape conservation

Azzedine Downes May 19 2017 It’s a fact: Mother Earth is in trouble, and it is the fault of humans. Science tells us we are experiencing a “sixth mass extinction on Earth,” a large-scale die-off of plants and animals, largely due to human interference. read more
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