The African Lion and Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) tells us this week about their work to help stop wildlife poaching in Africa and secure the future of these endangered African species and more.
Lions hunted to preserve rhinos in South African circle of life BusinessWorld Online Edition “Funds raised from trophy hunting can provide a real difference for the conservation of rhino populations,” Katherine Ellis, spokeswoman for Save the Rhino…
Nice try – never heard such BS!
Africa Analysis: Support Kenya’s forensic wildlife lab
Kenya’s new wildlife laboratory comes as conservationists fight a race against time to save some of Africa’s most iconic species, such as rhino and elephant.
Better late than never! Africa will suffer immeasurably without its wild life and ‘Big Five’. Come on Humans.. each and every one of us can do a little something to help – even by giving a fraction of what you spend on food to a Wildlife Foundation of your choice.. or perhaps you don’t care if your children’s children one day ask, "What was it like to see a lion.. an elephant..?
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Africa’s wildlife is being loved to death. Kenya’s much-praised ban on hunting, in fact, has had an impact opposite to its intent: wild animals are disappearing at an accelerating rate. (Africa’s wildlife is being loved to death.
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In London last week, international media scrambled to cover the high-level and much anticipated international conference on illegal wildlife trade. However, there was one notable absentee, namely South Africa.
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