Tag: Animal Conservation

July 14, 2019

Ballet and Rhinos in the African Bu...

Artists are often at the forefront of social change, as they use their works to address difficult political and cultural issues. While audiences are probably most familiar with activist painters, filmmakers and musicians, choreographers have also addressed social issues with their dance companies

July 10, 2019

Artificial Intelligence: The New We...

The survival of wild animals such as elephants and tigers are at risk, and one of the main reasons is poaching. These animals are being hunted, even in protected wildlife parks, for their body parts such as elephants’ tusks and tigers’ skins

April 27, 2019

All Creatures Wild And Small: A Kyr...

resident of Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, has persuaded the city authorities to give him land for a rehabilitation center for rescued wild animals. With the help of volunteers, he saves porcupines, raccoons, foxes, and other animals, and then releases them back them into the wild

April 23, 2019

Zimbabwe Wildlife Orphanage Rescues...

An animal orphanage in Zimbabwe is one of the organizations leading efforts to ensure poaching and other factors do not entirely destroy wildlife in the southern African nation

April 16, 2019

Snap Cat: Former Poachers Swap Guns...

Under the program a village agrees to remove poaching traps and to refrain from setting more. If at the end of the year a photo trap is able to capture an image of a snow leopard in the region of that village, the WWF pays them 40,000 rubles — the value of one pelt. In addition, the WWF hires the locals to work as guides for other projects, and rents horses from them

April 6, 2019

Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch

The Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch has been taking care of animals originally from all over the world for over 30 years. Learn the story behind this family-owned farm

April 5, 2019

Saving Kittens

Crumbs and Whiskers is a place for cats and kittens to be saved from euthanasia. A stylish and comfortable place that allows cats to roam stress free while potential adopters can interact and connect with them

March 30, 2019

Endangered Marine Species Face Huge...

Thailand awakened to the threat to marine wildlife caused by plastic in early June last year when a pilot whale washed ashore in canal in southern Thailand

March 28, 2019

World’s Rarest Ape Threatened...

Wildlife experts warn that the world’s rarest great ape, discovered in 2017, will not survive the building of a $1.6 billion hydroelectric power plant and dam in the middle of its remaining habitat in Sumatra, Indonesia. Only 800 of the newly identified Tapanuli orangutans remain in the wild

March 25, 2019

Indonesia Says Arrested Russian Sm...

Local police chief Ruddi Setiawan said Zhestkov had confessed that he bought the orangutan for $3,000 from a street market on Indonesia’s main island of Java

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