Mt. Elgon Expedition/Kapkwai Recreational Centre – Uganda

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A team of nature enthusiasts comprising of 27 participants joined the Rhythm City Mbale group for 2 nights and 3 days expedition at Mountain Elgon National Park, the exercise began Continue Reading →

Nigerian Species Conservation – Culled from the Newsletter of Aktionsgemeinschaft Artenschutz (AGA) e.V.

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Nigerian conservationists are launching a marine turtle protection project with the aid of the AGA. (Page 4 and see our Translation Below) <> Sea turtle protection is not yet widely Continue Reading →

Story of a ‘Lucky’ Sea Turtle – #ProjectAriyikes

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Conservation Education at Mother Theresa’s Children’s Home in Abuja, Nigeria, gifting of the Sea Turtle story colouring book and book reading session. All Sponsored by AGA

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UN World Wildlife Day; 3 March 2017 (WWD2017) – “Listen to the Young Voices”

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The UN World Wildlife Day will be celebrated on 3 March 2017 (WWD2017) under the theme “Listen to the young voices”, announced today by the CITES Secretariat, the global facilitator Continue Reading →

REPORT OF THE “GO BIRDING EXERCISE” @ MBALE GOLF COURSE, UGANDA -18TH DECEMBER, 2016

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1. INTRODUCTION This report presents the proceedings and results of the first bird watching exercise ever conducted in Mbale District of Eastern Uganda, the exercise that had 8 individuals participating Continue Reading →

Sousa teuszii – Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphin

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Sousa teuszii – Atlantic Hump-backed Dolphin (Kükenthal, 1892) A Synopsis by Felix Olusola Abayomi Ecosystem Role Imagine going a fishing and you have a partner in the waters that helps Continue Reading →

Western grey plantain-eater (Crinifer piscator) and Rock Hyrax (Procavia capensis)

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I tried to snap these western grey plantain eaters (turacos), I was blessed with the Rock hyrax This picture was taken in the Amurum forest reserve, AP Leventis Ornithological Research Continue Reading →

CITES AND LIVELIHOODS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, CONSERVATION AND DIVERSIFICATION OF THE ECONOMY

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Since 2004, the Conference of the Parties to CITES (CoP) has recognized that the implementation of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Continue Reading →

Report on Film Screening Produced by Jeremia Boitshoko at the Green Hangout Event.

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Wildlife Africa debuted the film screening of the “Coveted Haven” which was directed and produced by Jeremia Boitshoko at the Green Friends Hangout on the 12th of December. The screening Continue Reading →

CLIMATE CHANGE AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

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Henry David Thoreau in 1862, said “In the Wilderness is the Preservation of the World”. Gifford Pinchot in 1947 said, “The first great factor about conservation is that it stands Continue Reading →