RELEASE SUCCESSFULLY FIVE (05) SEA TURTLES TO HON CAU MARINE PROTECTED AREA – BINH THUAN PROVINCE

On the 14th May 2019, Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with The Marine Resources Protection Department of Ho Chi Minh city releases successfully five (05) sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, with a total weight of 26kg, in the sea of Hon Cau Marine Protected Area at Binh Thuan province.

The Green sea turtles had been checked by WAR ’s Vet and tagged before the release. his work could not be complete without an enthusiastic support from the Management Board of Hon Cau Marine Protected Area.

All these sea turtles are received by WAR from The Marine Department of Ho Chi Minh City at the end of 2018 and the early months of 2019. Photo: WAR/L.X.Lam.

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Saving sea turtles in April 2019

In April 2019, WAR received three (03) Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) from the Marine Resource Protection and Quality Management Department of Ho Chi Minh city. This endangered species is listed in the Decree 160/2013 / ND-CP dated November 12, 2013 of the Government, as priority species to be protected. Currently, these sea turtles are being cared for by WAR staffs at The Dau Tieng Wildlife Conservation Station, located in plot 303, Le Danh Cat village, Thanh Tuyen Commune, Dau Tieng District, Binh Duong Province.

Wildlife return “home” Ta Dung – Dak Nong

On 23th April 2019 – Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with Binh Duong Province Forest Protection Department release three Pig-tailed Macaques (Macaca nemestrina) and four Stump-tailed macaques (Macaca arctoides) Ta Dung National Park, in Đăk Nong Province by. All of the wildlife were cared by WAR’s experienced staff before release.

Most of the wildlife was transferred from the Forest Protection Department of Binh Duong province, Dong Nai province and Tien Giang province. The wildlife had been saved and cared at the Dau Tieng Wildlife Conservation Station located at number 303, Le Danh Cat village, Thanh Tuyen Commune, Dau Tieng District, Binh Dương Province. This is the first time WAR has released wildlife to Ta Dung National Park – the habitat is suitable to these primates. (Photos: WAR/L.X.Lam)

Wildlife return “home” – U Minh Thuong

On 17th April 2019 – Three long tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis), two Burnese Pythons (Python molurus) and one Asiatic Cobra (Naja naja) with a total weight of 21,7 kg were successfully released to U Minh Thương National Park, Kien Giang Province by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with Binh Duong Province Forest Protection Department. All of the wildlife were cared by WAR’s experienced staff before release.

Most of the wildlife was confiscated and transferred from illegal captivity and trades by the Forest Protection Department Binh Duong, Dong Nai and Kien Giang for rescuing at Lot 303, Hamlet Le Danh Cat, Thanh Tuyen Commune, Dau Tieng District, Binh Dương Province. U minh Thuong National Park – Kien Giang Province is a type of forest with a very rare submerged tropical forest ecosystem in the world – the habitat is the most suitable environment for species to live and grow. (Photo: WAR/L.X.Lam)

New Species for the world

In cooperation with Institute of Ecology and Biological Resources (IEBR) and the Cologne Zoo (Germany), one of the exited results of the biodiversity survey at Ta Dung National Park (Before 2019, Ta Dung Nature Reserve) of Dak Nong province. The biodiversity survey which was organized and facilitated by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) has yield a great news on biodiversity. A new species of snake (Calamaria dominici) had been recorded to the world by WAR team in 2017. The species was named after WAR’s Trustee in order to thanks for his effort on conservation biodiversity in Vietnam.
This is the second species of reptile was discovered to the world by WAR team on their annual biodiversity survey. (The first one is a small lizard, Sphenomorphus sheai, discovered in Ba To mountain of Quang Ngai province in 2013). These outcomes also reflected a good technical cooperation between WAR and IEBR as well as the Cologne Zoo in the last 10 years. A full pdf of the article, describing species and its habitat could be downloaded here.

 

 

Photo: WAR-2019/Randall Babb Deans

Ziegler et al. (2019) Calamaria dominici

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