Environmental News

Environmental News

  • Dogs in India are a problem for wildlife, study finds 16 Apr 2018 14:05 South Africa Today India is home to an estimated 60 million dogs, the fourth highest in the world. In a pan-India online survey, people reported domestic dogs attacking 80 species of Indian wildlife, of which 31 are listed under a threatened category on the IUCN Red List. …
  • NGOs acquire land in Brazil to create wildlife corridor 13 Apr 2018 13:09 South Africa Today The acquired land plot is located in a region of the Atlantic Forest, and will be connected to the Poço das Antas reserve by a bridge that will cross over a major highway. Brazilian NGO Associação Mico-Leão-Dourado (AMLD), in collaboration with US NGO …
  • Princess of Kent battles to preserve wildlife 08 Apr 2018 07:48 Sandton Chronicle SANDTON – Her Royal Highness, Princess Michael of Kent recently launched her book. 47 mins ago Her Royal Highness, Princess Michael of Kent interacts with a cheetah.     Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent arrived in South Africa to join hands in …
  • Wildlife Ranching South Africa elects new president 29 Mar 2018 08:19 Polokwane Observer Home Community Wildlife Ranching South Africa elects new president Tebogo Moga­shoa, newly elected President of Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA). Community Mar 29, 2018, 10:17 am 2 Tebogo Mogashoa was elected as President of Wildlife Ranching South …
  • Villagers cite self-defense in tiger killing, but missing body parts point to the illegal wildlife trade 06 Mar 2018 13:57 South Africa Today Villagers in Indonesia have killed a critically endangered Sumatran tiger, after labeling it a menace to the village. Conservation authorities, though, have found strong indications that the animal may have been killed for tis body parts, which are highly …