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African Parks regrets to announce the tragic death of Garamba ranger, Agoyo Mbikoyo, on 25 April in the park. Agoyo was shot by a group of armed poachers a short distance from his patrol unit’s campsite. He managed to return to the campsite but collapsed and died instantly. He was a member of a 10
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Today, April 30, concludes the four-day International Conference on Illegal Trade in Wild Fauna and Flora in Africa in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. The conference brought together regional and international stakeholders to develop an African-led strategy and action plan for combating the i
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The famous Angry Birds team up with BirdLife International in a unique campaign to protect real-life birds in the South Pacific. Like their counterparts in the game, Pacific birds are threatened by introduced predators eating their eggs and so pushing them to the verge of extinction. Rovio Entertai
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In November 2014, the Environmental Investigation Agency released its report Vanishing Point, revealing how a combination of criminality and corruption in Tanzania had caused the country to lose more elephants to poaching than any other African nation. Figures in the report made for sobering readin
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A new report by the National Legislation Project of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wildlife and Flora (CITES)  highlights 17 countries that need to undertake immediate action to tackle the illegal trade in wildlife. The 17 noted countries are among 88 countries and 1
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Wildlife presenters Steve Backshall, Michaela Strachan and Miranda Krestovnikoff are urging people to get outside and take part in the Great British Bee Count 2015, which is taking place throughout the month of May (1-31 May 2015).Organised by Friends of the Earth, Buglife and Waitrose, the Great Br
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A new study published in the current edition of Conservation Biology estimates that a legal rhino horn trade could generate over US$1 billion a year in profits. It is a strong motivator for South Africa as it tries to tackle a rampant rhino poaching crisis.The study authors believe that as much as $
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A major Peak District-based campaign to help bumblebees launches today (Thursday 30 April 2015) with a unique Pollination Conference in Chesterfield and the arrival of a stunning bumblebee wood sculpture at the town’s world-famous Crooked Spire.The three-year Pollinating the Peak initiative – ru
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As South African Airways (SAA) pushes ahead to be one of the most sustainable airlines in the world the company has announced an immediate ban on the transport of hunting trophies on its passenger and cargo planes. The decision was made last week and formally announced yesterday.In January this yea
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