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WHAT GOOD PEOPLE &

ORGS ARE DOING AROUND THE WORLD 2019

to save our WILDLIFE FROM EXTINCTION

 

Above pic copyright of National Geographic

 

 

SOME OF THE MANY ANIMALS NEAR EXTINCTION

above. Help National Geographic in their work

ABOUT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY

 

The National Geographic Society is an impact-driven global nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C. Since 1888, National Geographic has been pushing the boundaries of exploration, investing in bold people and transformative ideas to increase understanding of our world and generate solutions for a healthy, more sustainable future for generations to come. Our ultimate vision: a planet in balance. To learn more about the Society and its programs, visit www.nationalgeographic.org.

This young, malnourished woolly monkey from Brazil was raised as a pet. She was rescued, but will need to live in captivity the rest of her life. Learn more about endangered species in our October issue. https://on.natgeo.com/ 2VbJDmf

The National Geographic Photo Ark, led by photographer Joel Sartore, is a multiyear effort to document every species living in wildlife sanctuaries, inspire action through education, and help save wildlife by supporting on-the-ground conservation efforts. Visit NatGeoPhotoArk.org to learn how you can help save species at risk. See more here: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/projects/photo-ark/

The giant ant eater of South America are becoming a rearity

 

Following the close of a $10 million fundraising round, VeganNation is on a mission to save the Amazon. It has now bought 15,000 acres of the rainforest on a 10-year lease.VeganNation will open its land to preservation groups and activists, ensuring that no animals are intentionally harmed. It will ensure the land is free from exploitation — even the Brazilian government will be unable to cut down trees there. Its a pity all the billionaires etc and rich don't help instead of flaunting their money on---- I have to look cool ???


https://www.livekindly.co/vegan-company-15000-acres-amazon/?fbclid=IwAR3KcqxmYYYZfys9saareg6P8WVltlEBQkJ-nULvesonnqSTnfR0mHu5-P

 

Why wildlife must be protected not only from poaching

but by mans intent to control the earth

 

For five years, African rhinos have been poached at a rate of three per day. Overall, two-thirds of the world’s five rhino species could be lost in our lifetime. White rhinos are the primary target of poaching gangs in Africa; births are just barely outpacing deaths. In 2018, the death of the last male northern white rhino, a member of a functionally-extinct subspecies of white rhino was a wake up call. The rhino lived in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where wild populations are decimated by militant armies & poachers for money.

 

RHINOS AT RISK 2018 & 2019 : AFRICAN RHINOS POACHED EVERY DAY

 

https://rhinos.org/2018-state-of-the-rhino/

Above photo property of rhinos.org

By Olivia Bailey, 20th March 2018

It is with great sadness that Ol Pejeta Conservancy and the Dvůr Králové Zoo announce that Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, aged 45, died at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya on 19th March 2018 (yesterday).

https://www.fauna-flora.org/news/worlds-last-male-northern-white-rhino-dies?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxeG51LHl5AIVziMrCh0IlAInEAAYASAAEgJ80fD_BwE

 

THE RHINO BY AMI VITALE

On that winter’s day, Sudan was one of only eight northern white rhinos left alive on the planet. A century ago there were hundreds of thousands of rhinos in Africa. By the early 1980s, hunting had reduced their numbers to around 19,000. Rhino horns, like our fingernails, are simply keratin, with no special curative powers, yet they’ve long been valued by people around the world as antidotes for ailments from fever to impotence.The northern white rhinos may not survive human greed, yet there is a tiny sliver of hope. Today only two females are left in the world, but plans are in place to try in vitro fertilization to breed them.This is not just a story to me. We are witnessing extinction right now, on our watch. Poaching is not slowing down. If the current trajectory of killing continues, it’s entirely possible that all species of rhinos will be functionally extinct within our lifetimes. Removal of a keystone species has a huge effect on the ecosystem and on all of us. These giants are part of a complex world created over millions of years, and their survival is intertwined with our own. Without rhinos and elephants and other wildlife, we suffer a loss of imagination, a loss of wonder, a loss of beautiful possibilities. When we see ourselves as part of nature, we understand that saving nature is really about saving ourselves.Vitale is an Ambassador for Nikon and a contract photographer with National Geographic magazine, most recently covering the wild side of pandas, the fragile peace in Sri Lanka, and the first ever community owned and run elephant sanctuary in Africa. Her work is also exhibited around the world in museums and galleries, and are part of numerous private collections. She has garnered prestigious awards including multiple prizes from World Press Photos, the first Magnum Inge Morath grant, and the Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Reporting. Her first book, Panda Love: The Secret Lives of Pandas, was published in 2018. She was recently named by Instyle magazine as one of 50 women changing the world, along with Jane Goodall and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, among others.

CHECK THE STORY IN  October 2019 issue of National Geographic magazine.

 

In Thailand the hornbill one of the most spectacular birds are now down to less than 100 as China's appitite for the horn increases just like the rhino. These birds pair up for life & have one baby each year. The male feeds the female & without the male sadness starts......one needn't tell you what happens. These birds & many others need to be saved now.

https://youtu.be/N8UKItc5ggI

Thailand now has only 100 helmeted hornbills (Rhinoplax vigil); due to illegal hunting, and urgent intervention is needed, the Wildlife Conservation Office (WCO) said.

Wildlife officials said they have been cooperating with the Hornbill Research Foundation of Mahidol University. Conducting research on their nesting activities and behavior so that a preventative plan can be worked out to save them. The department has formed a special patrol unit, called the smart patrol, to monitor the birds at their nesting grounds. It is also drafting a national plan for the management of Helmeted Hornbills.

Published September 28, 2019 By  CTN 

What one man does in Malaysia saving the [ Hornbills there ] Amas and his father run a popular guesthouse in Teluk Nipah on the western coast of Pulau Pangkor. Every day at 6:30pm outside the Sunset View Chalet, Amas or his father comes out with a bowl of bananas

 

NZ: Our aim is to make those responsible stop

and look at what they are doing to the wildlife before its too late

 

And in NZ DOC the Dept of Conservation

says the poison doesn't kill birds?

 

What do we lose when an animal goes extinct? Species across the globe at risk of vanishing forever. The white rhino is one of them. See pic & link below

https://on.natgeo.com/ 34RD1Or

 

Photo from Nat Geo

 

In Asia the demand for rhino horn is great as is many rear species. On the borders of Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia one can buy & it needs to stop. China used to have Tibetans & others selling on the streets all the rear products & in some places Police & Local officials still turn a blind eye.

 

AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER DIED

From Matthew Dwyers collection of photos

The magnificent wedge-tailed eagle, taken in Shark Bay Australia by Matthew Dwyer

Australian Matthew Dwyer, who was known for his striking images of animals and birds, became concerned for his welfare on Wednesday 9/4/2019 when he failed to return from a trip to Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Ranges National Park. the 51-year-old was found about midday at the base of the main bluff, a 1,090-metre-tall peak, 400 kilometres south-east of Perth, which is a popular destination for hikers and climbers. Matthrew Dwyer was a career photographer with more than 30 years' experience & spent a lot of time in the bush & left beh9ond spectacular photos of wildlife. His former colleague at the Fremantle Herald, journalist David Bell, remembered Mr Dwyer as a gentle, kind and warm person. Oct 2019 --RIP Matthew

 

 

   

 

 

 

SE ASIA & ENDANGERED SPECIES

 

Laos, Cambodia & Myanmar play host to many wildlife animals. Several exotic mammals are endemic such as leopard cats, Javan mongoose, goat antelopes as well as rare species of gibbons and linger, Malayan sun bear, Asiatic black bear and gaur & pangolins.

Learn more about the pangolins here:

https://www.pangolinsg.org/pangolins/

Pic by Gerald Cubitt for www.pangolinsg.org

But every day there are poachers who decimate for profit and pangolins are one species thats desired by Chinese for eating. Many poachers are caught in Thailand and SE Asia & it gets worse as the crimes committed are a slap on the hand so they do it again. Chinese pangolin is a pangolin found in northern India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, northern Indochina, through most of Taiwan, and southern China. Hunting is the primary threat facing the Chinese pangolin, for its meat, considered a delicacy, and its skin, blood and scales, used for traditional Chinese medicine.

The Saola Ox, a breed of deer-antelope, was discovered in Vietnam a few years ago and caused a great sensation. This extremely rare animal inhabits the Eastern border regions of Laos. It is thought that these remote areas probably still hide other unknown species. We hope the Nations of the world will combat poaching with harsh penalties & look after their heritage as once gone then the world will collapse................

 

Madagascar's major environmental problems same in many countries like Brazil & Asia:
  • Deforestation and habitat destruction.
  • Agricultural fires.
  • Erosion and soil degradation.
  • Overexplotation of living resources including hunting and over-collection of species from the wild.
  • Introduction of alien species including domestic stock.

 

 

A deer riddled with tumors from eating plants sprayed with Monsanto's Roundup now Bayer. It seems fairly common. Link on FB 2117

see more on https://www.wideopenspaces.com/whitetailwednesday-8-of...

 

Some simple facts about 1080 poison below.

Credit: PredatorDefense.org

 

 

"Save the wildlife animals as its the creatures that allows mankind

to live in a better place "

 

Please note the writeups belong to those of their writers & promoters & all photos belong to the respective websites & owners. We publish on this website to make those aware of wildlife and birdlife species slowly being depleted & are non profit. Make the world know that wildlife deserves its place & we acknowledge those who are helping the world be a better place
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