#ThankYouNature – Order of Events

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  ORDER OF EVENT Event Theme:  Thank You Nature Purpose:          To mark World Nature Conservation Day 2017 Organized by: Wildlife of Africa Conservation Initiative (Wildlife Africa Initiative) Date:               Continue Reading →

#ProjectAriyikes

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#ProjectAriyikes Sea Turtles Nesting Population protection and rehabilitation project in Nigeria A Wildlife Africa Initiative CREW Action The four-species of the Seven Species said to be distributed to Nigeria are Continue Reading →

GMFER #WildlifeFriendly Charity Tennis, Movies, Art and Exhibition Event (October 4 -7, 2017)

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Join us to March for Justice for Animals and Humans. This year we would be holding a Community Engagement program tagged – “Securing A Future for Elephants and Rhinos in 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 →

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 →

REPORT ON NIGERIA MARCH FOR GLOBAL MARCH FOR ELEPHANTS AND RHINOS 2016

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INTRODUCTION: A global treaty enacted in the 1970s, CITES (the convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) aims to ensure the survival of endangered species threatened by the international trade. Continue Reading →

The Birth of Project Ariyike

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Click to Read about our Proposed #ProjectAriyike. We are currently undergoing training at the Barbados Sea Turtle Project to be able to carry out this Project. The most incredible thing Continue Reading →

Vulture Conservation and Population Recruitment Project.

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BACKGROUND: The numbers of Vultures seen or observed in recent times has largely declined. The Major threats to this species include Habitat Loss; non-target poisoning, capture for traditional medicine, bushmeat Continue Reading →

Mammal Inventory of Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve

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