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Lastest news

Release 30 birds to nature
On the 7th June 2017, a request to Wildlife At Risk (WAR) from a dedicated temple to tackle donated wild birds. WAR assists to contact the Rescue Centre of U Minh Thuong National Park and nominates veterinarian as well as experienced specialists on rescue to provide technical supports to the Center. Technical activities of WAR’ supports include, take care the birds, health check, species identification and distribution of the birds. The 30 donated birds fall into species which are living and breeding in wetland area in Mekong delta region.
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Wildlife return “home”
On 13th April 2017 – Four ferret-badger (Melogale personata), four Indo-Chinese Rat snake (Ptyas mucosus), two Asian sunbeam snake (Xenopeltis unicolor) were successfully released to Lo Go Xa Mat National Park, Tay Ninh Province by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with Binh Duong Province Forest Protection Department.
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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
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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
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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
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Publish Sea Education book of Con Dao Island
The book titled “Biển Côn Đảo của em” and “Giáo Dục bảo tổn biển Côn Đảo” that was partly supported by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) was published in July 2016 in Vietnamese.
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