Celebrating young wildlife warriors

In a world where humans are the biggest threat to survival of wildlife, it is inspiring to see young people passionate about wildlife conservation. In most cases, youth have always felt detached and disengaged from conservation efforts due to lack of awareness or meaningful engagement. WildlifeDirect is proud to celebrate Richard Turere and Tiassa Mutunkei, […]

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Return of strip-field farming creates haven for rare species in south Wales

A pioneering farming project using field management techniques dating back to the 13th century has transformed a stretch of coast into a haven for endangered animals, birds, insects and wildflowers, reports The Guardian. The experimental return to “strip-field farming” close to the spectacular Rhossili Bay on the Gower peninsula in south Wales is being credited […]

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Lawsuit Settled to Protect Pacific Humpback Whale Habitat

  Trump Administration Agrees to Deadlines for Endangered Whales Threatened by Fishing Gear, Ship Strikes, Oil Spills SAN FRANCISCO— The Center for Biological Diversity reports that Turtle Island Restoration Network and Wishtoyo Foundation today reached a settlement with the Trump administration to protect humpback whale habitat in the Pacific Ocean, where the animals face threats from […]

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Youth-led advocacy for wildlife conservation

Society for nature conservation SABUKO, with partner organizations BSPB (Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds) and DD (Doga Derneg) and with support of the European Commission starts a new Project called “Youth-led advocacy for wildlife conservation”. The project “Youth-led advocacy for wildlife conservation” is an international project at the cross-road between education, youth and […]

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