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Wildlife reporting

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


Successful release of thirty-five endangered wildlife individuals back to the wild
20th June, 2012 – Thirty-five endangered wildlife individuals including King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah), Bengal Monitors (Varanus bengalensis), Water Monitor (Varanus salvator), Elongated Tortoises (Indotestudo elongata) and Commom Palm Civets (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) were successfully released to Lo Go - Xa Mat National Park by WAR staff in association with Ho Chi Minh City Forest Protection Department and Van Duc Pagoda monks in Ho Chi Minh City
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Endangered Gibbon returns back to Central Highlands forest
Kon Tum, 11th May 2012 – A male Northern Yellow-cheeked Crested Gibbon (Nomascus annamensis) was rescued from Chu Mom Ray National Park in Kon Tum Province in Central Highlands was successfully released back to the forest where he belongs. Five months ago, Professor Vu Ngoc Thanh – A representative of the Douc Langur Foundation (DLF) found this gibbon captured in a household on the buffer zone of Chu Mom Ray National Park
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Critically endangered King Cobras released back to the forest
14th April, 2012 – Two critically endangered King Cobras (Ophiophagus hannah) weighing roughly 30kg were successfully released to Cat Tien National Park by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with Forest Protection Department of Ho Chi Minh City. One Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensiss) and five Elongated Tortoise (Indotestudo elongata) were also released
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Cooperation to release more than 80 endangered turtles back to the wild
March 2012 - Wildlife At Risk corporates with Cuc Phuong Turtle Rescue Center released 83 individuals of the Elongated Tortoise, Giant Asian Turtle and Asian Box Turtle species to Lo Go Xa Mat National Park, Tay Ninh Province
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More than 200 native fish released back to the wild
Ho Chi Minh City, 3rd March 2012 – More than 200 native rasbora (Rasbora paviana) and fighting fish (Betta splendens) were released to Cau Do canal, a tributary of the Sai Gon River
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Riding bicycles and releasing native fishes to the wild
Ho Chi Minh City, 18th December 2011 - Instructed and supported by Wildlife at Risk (WAR), more than 20 members of the C4E (Cycling for Environment) Club rode bicycles to release native fishes to the wild. This activity aims to call for local peopl
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