In case you see endangered wildlife
in nature or wildlife crime
WAR's hotline: 0976.06.76.46
WAR office: 08 3899 7314
HCMC Forest Protection Department
Mobile Team: 08 3794 7045
Release sea turtles to Hon Cau Marine Protected Area – Binh Thuan province
On the 3th March 2017, Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with The Marine Resource Protection and Quality Management Department of Ho Chi Minh city releases successfully two (02) sea turtles, Eretmochelys imbricate, in the sea of Hon Cau Marine Protected Area – Binh Thuan province
Relocating agresssive male macaques at Tay Ninh Temple
WAR receives a call to help from Forest Protection Department (FPD) of Tay Ninh province on relocating agresssive male macaques those had attack local residents and visitors to the Tay Ninh Holy See and release the wildlife back to the other forest
Publish the Book of Sea Snakes in Vietnam
Sea snakes occur in the tropical and subtropical waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans from the east coast of Africa to the Gulf of Panama. Most species are found in the Indo-Malayan Archipelago, China seas, Indonesia, and the Australia region. They inhabit shallow waters along coasts and around islands, river mouths, and travel from the sea as far as 100 miles upriver
Origami contest at Wildlife Protection Ceremony
Ho Chi Minh City, dated 19th March 2016 – Over 200 children aged 12-15 years old, teachers and education managers actively participate in exciting contests and games at the Wildlife Protection Ceremony today at Tan Binh District Department of Education and Training (DOET). The ceremony organised by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) and Tan Binh District DOET aimed to raise awareness, encouraged participants to take part in wildlife protection and also consolidated extracurriculum activities on wildlife protection at Tan Binh District.
Dugong Festival 2015 on Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island, dated 27th December 2015 – Wildlife At Risk (WAR) cooperated with Phu Quoc Marine Protected Area to organise the Dugong Festival 2015 at Ham Ninh, Phu Quoc island. The event aims to to raise awareness and gain the attention of leaders, students and teachers, locals and tourists for the protection of Dugong and endangered marine creatures. Unlike previous festival, the Festival this year lasted for one full day at Ham Ninh Habour and Duong Beach, Ham Ninh Commune, Phu Quoc Island.