Category: Wildlife Conservation

Wildlife Conservation

biodiversity

Poachers Targeted By Drones In 2012, 688 rhinos were killed illegally across Africa just for their horns. Meanwhile, thousands of elephants were killed by poachers just for their tusks. And rangers trying to defend this land and these creatures also have been murdered. How do you protect some of the world’s rarest large mammals from […]

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biodiversity

Siberian Tigers Caught In The Crossfire There may be only 350-500 Amur, or Siberian tigers, left roaming the forests of Russia’s far eastern border with China. The largest of all the living cats is now so rare, says Sergei Bereznuk, who has led anti-tiger poaching groups for 17 years, that he has seen far more […]

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wolf conservation

Wildlife Services Killing Thousands Of Animals It was an August morning two years ago when Maggie, a spry, 7-year-old border collie, slipped through the backyard fence of her family’s suburban Oregon home. Minutes later, she was dead – her neck snapped by a body-gripping trap set by the U.S. government less than 50 feet from […]

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wolf conservation

Wolves Key Part Of Biodiversity When attempting to manage wolf populations in our modern world, we must admit that the threat of prion contamination in our watersheds and food chain now poses a much greater risk to several industries, human health, and homeland security than our god-given wolves ever did. In fact, predators are one […]

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biodiversity

Travel Guide Benefits Indonesia’s Wildlife Indonesia has some of the most extensive biodiversity on the planet, including the world’s second-largest rainforest. Unfortunately, this island nation is growing so fast that its natural wonders are collapsing— with the thousands of creatures that call these gems home. To help draw global attention to the problem, while promoting […]

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biodiversity

Book Benefits Endangered Species  Chandler, a public affairs and marketing consultant in Denver just published the second edition of the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia. Chandler will use the book as a platform to help Indonesia develop more ecotourism opportunities, which can help the local populations preserve the rainforest, while discouraging illegal wildlife poaching, […]

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biodiversity

Indonesian Language and Travel Guide Gary Chandler just signed a contract to write another version of the Language and Travel Guide to Indonesia. He will work with Hippocrene Books of New York, NY as he did on the first edition in 1994. Indonesia includes some of the largest and most exotic islands in the world, including Bali, […]

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health and sustainability

We Are Borrowing The Earth From Our Children American children today face many problems that could cripple them for life. Drugs, education and the environment — just to name a few. But in these times of limited finances, where will our society put its priorities? Unfortunately, the government’s solutions are not always prompt or effective. And […]

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