Tag: wildlife protection
Monday, 05 April 2021Super UserAverage rating2706 Maskenmüll wird zu Todesfallen für Wildtiere /index.php/en/content_page/item/2706-maskenmuell-wird-zu-todesfallen-fuer-wildtiere
FFP2-Masken und Einweghandschuhe werden zu "Todesfallen für Wildtiere" Besoders Wasservögel sind extrem gefährded. Quelle: www.globallookpress.com © Cover Images/Keystone Press Agency By RT - 05. April 2021 Küken strangulieren sich an Bändern von FFP2-Masken, die als Nistmaterial verwendet wurden. Fische verenden in Einweghandschuhen. In Mägen von Wild- und Haustieren finden sich Maskenreste. Wie ...Categories
Friday, 26 March 2021Super UserAverage rating2681 COVID Waste Kills Wildlife Worldwide /index.php/en/content_page/item/2681-covid-waste-kills-wildlife-worldwide
COVID waste, discarded face masks are killing wildlife everywhere around the globe An American robin, entangled in a face mask. (Credit: Sandra Denisuk) By Chris Melore - 26. March 2021 LEIDEN, Nethe ...
Wednesday, 17 March 2021ECOTERRAAverage rating82 Nairobi National Park Critically Endangered /index.php/en/content_page/item/82-nairobi-national-park-critically-endangered
UPDATE 17. March 2021: Scientists’ verdict: SGR is good for business, bad for the environment Update: April 2019 - The building of the railway cutting right through Nairobi National Park could not be ...
Tuesday, 16 March 2021Super UserAverage rating2636 Wildlife Seizures are Down /index.php/en/content_page/item/2636-wildlife-seizures-are-down
—and an illicit trade boom may be coming By Dina Fine Maron - 16. March 2021 The amount of elephant ivory, rhino horn, and pangolin scales intercepted by authorities in 2020 was far less than compare ...
Wednesday, 03 March 2021Super UserAverage rating2594 Forests and Livelihoods /index.php/en/content_page/item/2594-forests-and-livelihoods
World Wildlife Day, 3 March 2021: Forests and Livelihoods Sangha Trinational (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo), UNESCO World Heritage CAWHFI site © Karin von Loebenstein By UNESCO - 03 Marc ...
Thursday, 18 February 2021Super UserAverage rating2551 Tanzania Maasai Still Embattled At Ngorongoro /index.php/en/content_page/item/2551-tanzania-maasai-still-embattled-at-ngorongoro
UPDATE 18. February 2021: The threat of the MLUM review proposal - Press Conference by Ngorongoro Youths in Dar es Salaam Ngorongoro councillors and customary leaders send a message once again to Pre ...
Thursday, 11 February 2021Super UserAverage rating2573 Indigenous Inuit blockade Iron Mine in freezing Canada /index.php/en/content_page/item/2573-indigenous-inuit-blockade-iron-mine-in-freezing-canada
This land is our land UPDATE 11. February 2021: Inuit Hunters Braved -30 C Weather to Block an Iron Mine Inuit hunters blockade iron mine in freezing temperatures over expansion Standoff exposes tens ...
Wednesday, 03 February 2021Super UserAverage rating2552 Food Production for People Causes Wildlife Extinction /index.php/en/content_page/item/2552-food-production-for-people-causes-wildlife-extinction
Biodiversity: Food 'key driver' of accelerating death of wildlife Eating more plants and less meat would take pressure off land needed to feed a growing world, according to a UN report. Experts say o ...
Wednesday, 20 January 2021Super UserAverage rating2650 Bongo Antelope In Kenya on the Brink /index.php/en/content_page/item/2650-bongo-antelope-in-kenya-on-the-brink
Kenya Rushes To Protect Endangered Antelope By PH - 20. January 2021 These elusive creatures picking their way through the undergrowth are Mountain Bongos. The white striped, spiral horned and copper ...
Wednesday, 04 November 2020Super UserAverage rating2367 Somliland Fauna and Flora Bring Exiting News /index.php/en/content_page/item/2367-somliland-fauna-and-flora-bring-exiting-news
The Somali man who has a scorpion named after him By Damian Zane - 04. November 2020 If you were going to have a creature named after you then a scorpion may not be your first choice, but Ahmed Ibrah ...
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