Wildlife Flash: Issue 46 (Jan-Jun 2021)

Diversity of Terrestrial Molluscs in Ngoc Son-Ngo Luong Nature Reserve, Hoa Binh Province (Mollusca: Gastropoda)

Photographic Identification of Cnemaspis psychedelica: a Useful Tool to Improve the Regulation of International Wildlife Trade

Wildlife Flash: Issue 45 (Jul-Dec 2020)

Report: Bats(Chiroptera) of Bidoup Nui Ba National Park, Dalat Plateau, Vietnam

Report: Tree planting at Dau Tieng – Wildlife conservation station

Wildlife Flash: Issue 44 (Jan-Jun 2020)

Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve – A peaceful home of our widlife

July 14th, 2020, five (05) Leopard cats (Prionailurus bengalensis), three (03) Stump-tailed macaques (Macaca arctoides), one (01) Pig-tailed macaque (Macaca leonina) and a Reticulated python (Malayopython reticulatus) has been released to Dong Nai Culture and Natural Reserve by Wildlife At Risk (WAR) in cooperation with Binh Duong Provincial Forest Protection Department and Forest Protection Department of Dau Tieng District.

Among these released wildlife, the macaques and python were species those confiscated from illegal trade of wildlife and handed over to Dau Tieng wildlife conservation station by the Forest Protection Department (FPD) of Binh Duong Province. These wildlife,then, had been cared at the Station located at 303, Le Danh Cat Hamlet, Thanh Tuyen Commune, Dau Tieng District, Binh Duong Province. This is the first time the species of Leopard cats (Prionailurus bengalensis) in the first generation those bred at the Station to be released. Before the release, these wildlife was implanted a microchip in their body and be checked by WAR’s veterinarian to ensure a sufficient condition in health.

We are appreciated a coordination and enthusiastic support of Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserve, The FPDs of Binh Duong Province and Dau Tieng District on the release.


Goodbye and Good luck

Photos: WAR/Nguyen Thi Tam Anh

Wildlife Flash: Issue 43 (July – December, 2019)

Thanks to resident’s voluntariness, an endangered hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) was saved in Thu Dau Mot city, Binh Duong Province

On the 08th, February, 2019, the WAR’s hotline received a call from a resident of Thu Dau Mot city, Binh Duong Province, wishing to transfer an endangered hawksbill sea turtle to conservation station. After receiving the news, we cooperated with Binh Duong Forest Protection Department to receive and take immediately the sea turtle to Dau Tieng Wildlife Conservation Station where this species has been being saved and cared by WAR’s staff before returning to the wild.
It is reported that the female hawksbill sea turtle was saved from illegal trade in Binh Duong Province with around 2 kilograms in weight. It has been in poor health, moreover, because of improper care for a long time.
This is an endangered species, prioritized for protection in Decree 06/2019/ND-CP dated 22/01/2019 of the Government.
WAR does welcome the spirit of voluntariness for transferring endangered wildlife from resident and thank efficient cooperation of Binh Duong Forest Protection Department.

The hawksbill sea turtle was received at local house       The sea turtle was checked up by a vetarinarian













Photos: WAR/Nguyen Thi Tam Anh

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