Deers on Picnic - WildLife Deers relaxing in their natural habitat just behind my apartment. Thanks to anti-poaching laws in my district.
Cambodian Anti Poaching Rangers Enforcement Rangers operational in Cambodia's Cardamom Mountains, over 1000000ha of rainforest, home to tigers, bears and many other species vunerable to timber extraction, poaching and encroachment.
Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit Snare Sweep Demo at Vic. Falls Golfcourse
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Making a Difference to Rhino Conservation Thanks to conservation measures, heightened anti-poaching interventions, and cooperative efforts with local communities, many African rhino populations are on the mend. More on rhinos:
Guns for Hire-Congo Does killing people to protect animals make any sense? Sam Kiley reports on Conrad Thorpe an ex British Special Forces colonel who trains anti-poaching units in the Virunga National Park. After a decade of civil war they launch a desperate atempt to protect Congo's endangered wildlife, particularly gorillas
Elephant collars allow GPS tracking in Kenyan anti poaching effort Video Reuters Visit:
Protrack Anti Poaching Unit nvileewildlife.co.za Protrack Anti-Poaching Unit is a leading private Anti-Poaching Unit in South Africa, operating in Limpopo and Mpumalanga. Poaching is often undestimated and misunderstood and causes devastating destruction to our wildlife
Anti Poaching State Training DVD Intro Training DVD to stop Poaching made by African Renaissance Productions for the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism of South Africa
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PDC Anti-Poaching Unit Wildlife Artist Alison Nicholls joins the Painted Dog Conservation project Anti-Poaching Unit as they search for snares.
Catching the Poachers - Bangweulu Swamps - Zambia Protected wildlife reserves in Zambia are under continual threat from poachers. The Bangweulu Swamp has a population of more than a hundred thousand Black Letchwe which are the target of poachers. Charl Pauw of Open Africa, joined an anti-poaching patrol at Shoebill Camp in the Bangweulu Swamp, when a gang of poachers was arrested with bags of snared Letchwe. VIdeo edited by Robin Kress.
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Anti-poaching patrol in the Congo This is a sort video of the ICCN Advance Force on an anti-poaching exercise in the Virunga National Park, DRC
Anti Poaching,Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Kenya. De snaring and anti poaching in Tsavo National Park, Kenya, forms a crucial part of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trusts work. This clip follows one team as they pull out snares and ambush a poacher. Taken from the DVD Tsavo Story produced by Baobab Films for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
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Sea Shepherd 2010-2011 Operation 'No Compromise': Gojira joins the Fleet Sea Shepherd's new trimaran interceptor Gojira (Japanese for 'Godzilla') joins the rest of the fleet as they train up for the new season of anti-poaching in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. This year's operation is appropriately named 'No Compromise' signaling to whaling regulators that one more than zero whales is one too many. For this 2010-2011 campaign, Sea Shepherd enters the coldest and most dangerous ocean on Earth with its largest crew and most powerful fleet ever. The Japanese whalers are running late this year, so Sea Shepherd will be deployed early, ready and waiting for the whalers' invasion of the Sanctuary. This video is the property of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. Please visit their website to keep up with the current events of this brave group of individuals; unpaid volunteers willing to risk their lives on their contracts to save our oceans. The oceans are OUR oceans too. We are liable for them, and by extension we are liable to Sea Shepherd, who is doing all it can for the living species in our oceans to survive their brutal onslaught. The fact that Sea Shepherd is fighting to save whales is front and center in their mission to save our oceans. The whales are the stage play for the larger act. We, as concerned citizens of the world, must make the decision for ourselves that is most important to us. The choice between the survival of the ocean's fragile ecosystem, and how soon the small number of government-subsidized Japanese ...
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Poached Impala release 01 ALL4AP This impala was snares by wire around the waste and released by the Animal Life Line for Anti Poaching anti poaching unit. (www.all4)
Think about the consequences - Georgian anti-poaching campaign Georgian organisation NACRES and international conservation charity Fauna & Flora International launch an anti-poaching campaign in Georgia. This hard-hitting TV ad shows that hunting is causing Georgia's iconic species to disappear.
Survival of the Fittest - Ecuador April 2005 A violent dispute between fishermen and park rangers is threatening the Galapagos islands' wildlife. Some species have already disappeared. Throwing molotov ***tails and beating park rangers with clubs, hoards of angry fishermen storm the rangers' headquarters. "The rangers have passed laws to cause the fishing sector to disappear," complains spokesman Rogelio Huaycho. The fishermen claim they're locked in a battle for survival with the wildlife on the islands. But rangers are dismayed that fishermen are using their disproportionate political influence to overturn conservation edicts. "I don't think things have been any worse ever in the National Park," laments former Park director Fernando Ortiz. The first species are already disappearing, rangers have been attacked and anti poaching patrols stopped. The worry is that things will get worse. As Oritz fears: "I think conservation will be history." Produced by ABC Australia Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Japan Opens Fire - Attempted Murder At 1545 hours (0445 GMT), a clash between the crew of the Sea Shepherd vessel Steve Irwin and the Japanese whaling ship Nisshin Maru turned violent when the Japanese Coast Guard began to throw flash grenades at the crew of the Steve Irwin. Captain Paul Watson was struck by a bullet in the chest. Fortunately, the bullet was stopped by his Kevlar vest. The bullet struck just above the heart and mangled Captain Watson's anti-poaching badge, which was worn on his sweater underneath the Kevlar vest. Dr. David Page was videotaped prying the bullet from Captain Watson's Kevlar vest. "You have been hit by a bullet," he said. The Kevlar vest and anti-poaching badge effectively saved Captain Watson's life. Additional injuries were sustained by crewmembers Ashley Dunn and Ralph Lowe. Dunn, 35, from Launceston, Australia suffered a hip injury when he tried to get out of the way of the exploding grenades. Lowe, 33, from Melbourne, Australia received bruises to his back when one of the flash grenades exploded behind him. The Japanese Government denies this attack even though SSCS have photo and video evidence. What possibly else could the Japanese Government be lying about? Stop this now! Sign the petitions at: TOGETHER WE CAN STOP WHALING
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TATAI RANGER PATROL Anti-Poaching Patrol with Rangers from Wildlife Alliance's Tatai Patrol Station, Tatai, Cambodia
Damien Mander International Anti Poaching Foundation IAPF Check out for more information on this critical issue. Damien and his foundation needs your help and support.
chase one anti poaching super boat to combate the rampant ocean poaching the south african coast gaurd built this super fast chase boat reaching 40 knots at sea , seriously helping to combat the poaching of pearlamoen and crayfish on the coastline
Kenyan Elephants Wear Anti-Poaching Collars For more news and videos visit ☛ Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ Eight elephants have been fitted with GPS collars to help the Kenyan Wildlife Service map their traditional migration corridors in the Tsavo East National Park. The monitoring project will also help rangers combat poaching and instances of human-elephant conflict. Kenya's Tsavo East National Park is home to more than 12000 elephants - but they are under threat from habitat loss, drought and poaching. Park officials are looking to satellite technology for a solution. They plan to track a selection of animals by GPS to map exactly how they use the huge area. The Kenyan Wildlife Service has teamed up with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to fit GPS collars on eight male and female animals for a 20 month period, according to Elphus Bitok, a KWS research scientist. [Elphus Bitok, Researcher Scientist, Kenya Wildlife Service]: "The collar that we just fitted has a GPS component and a VHF component. The GPS component communicates with the satellite and the satellite will relay back the information via internet where you can be able to assess on real-time basis where the elephant is." Knowing exactly where the animals are, say rangers, will help improve security and fight poaching and produce better ways to intervene when there are instances of conflict with humans. The project has been funded by IFAW, who's president and CEO, Fred O'Regan, said the ...
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Anti-poaching meeting The Head of the Anti-poaching Unit of the ministry of Forestry and Wildlife,Francis Ngum together with the ministry organised a wildlife experts meeting at the Yaounde Mvogbesti zoo to seek ways of fighting illegal hunting and its related trade. The meeting was held under the auspices of the Anti-poaching Unit of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife created by Ministerial Decision No 0823 of September 2007. During this meeting the minister of Forestry and Wildlife strongly warned all those who trade in endangered wildlife species and demanded an effective enforcement of the 1994 wildlife law by bringing offenders to justice.
Anti-Poaching Music Video - Parody of "Blah Blah Blah" by Ke$ha An original music video sang and written by Matin E. (Property of Matin E.). Matin E., Dylan C., Blake M., Mackin C., Cole F., and Henry D. all starred in this music video. The purpose of this music video is to be against poaching (the illegal killing or removing of animals from their natural habitat). It is not fair to these poor animals that people just go out into the wild and kill them. This is also bad for the environment because it is decreasing the biodiversity in the area that this poaching is occuring in. (Background music - Instrumental version of "Blah Blah Blah" by Ke$ha)
Conquer Mount Kilimanjaro with WSPA Experience the highlife Conquer Mount Kilimanjaro with WSPA Overseas challenges Earlier this year a group of people from across the UK trekked for six days through Tanzania, conquered Mount Kilimanjaro and received a unique chance to visit to a local anti-poaching project funded by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA). This video, edited by Richard Hughes, www.spcreations.tv shows the trekker's ascent up Africa's tallest free standing mountain. They walk through rainforest, spotting tail tips of Colobus Monkeys, up the mountain through terrain that varies from moorland, lush meadows, to barren, lunar landscapes and finally ending in the snow-capped summit. The peak of the challenge At the end of the trek WSPA challengers witness the anti-poaching teams work first hand. The area has become a major target for poachers, using both wire snares and packs of dogs. Approximately a quarter of the animals trapped by snaring, are never retrieved and a third escapes with painful injuries, including rhinos and elephants. The anti-poaching can team lift about l000 snares every couple of days, if these snares had been left in the forest, they would have severely injured or killed approximately 18250 animals per year. During the visit in 2008 enough snares were removed in one afternoon, to save 144 animals from harm. If you are interested in taking part in Trek Mount Kilimanjaro 2009 or another of WSPAs overseas challenges then please visit , contact ...
Curbing The Crisis - Part 1 Curbing the Crisis, a 28min documentary made by TIGER WATCH, is an eye-opener, concerning the loss of tigers in Ranthambhore National Park, one of Indias most celebrated tiger reserves. Shocking and rare footage of poachers confessing their crimes and the reasons for the crisis to recur have been highlighted in the film. It is a must-watch for those concerned with wildlife conservation! The entire footage is original and not dramatised, recreated or digitally modified in any form. The film's total budget including shooting, editing and post-production has costed less than Rs. 5000 ($105) This film was made in the Year 2006 -
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Anti Poaching Dog Unit for the Virunga National Park Virunga is the oldest National Park and the Park with the highest biodiversity in Africa. After it suffered enormous losses of habitat and wildlife during the Civil War, the suffering is not over yet. Poaching is still a huge problem and all wildlife, including the rare Mountain Gorillas become victime of scrupelless poaching. The new Anti Poaching Dog Unit should help reestablish safety for humans as well as animals in this Park. Watch the exciting trip of 6 young bloodhounds to Virunga
Join The Trueways Anti-Poaching Support Unit Trueways Survival Anti-Poaching Unit Course Video. Giving insight into the world of poaching in South Africa for Rhino and other endangered species. Help Trueways Survival to stop the illegal trade of poaching and contribute to the conservation of some of the worlds most beautiful and endangered species.
International Anti Poaching Foundation IAPF Our mission is to protect and preserve wildlife in volatile regions. The IAPF works in Zimbabwe, Botswana and soon, South Africa. They continue training anti poaching to an extremely high level and will soon commence the building of another regional training facility in Zimbabwe.
Fighting for India's Wildlife Protecting animals in India is no easy task. Conservation and anti-poaching laws are not properly enforced, and land developers and mining companies are poised at the edge of many of the country's last great nature sanctuaries. Though she believes the power to save India's most revered animals is in the hands of the next generation, Maneka Gandhi of People for Animals is doing her best to help preserve India's unique natural heritage. uses video and photography to showcase the great works of the non-profit world. Visit for more short documentary films, world-class photographic galleries, and interviews with inspirational NGO leaders. Distributed by TubeMogul.
Anti-Poaching Operation in Virunga National Park, DRC. These park rangers are dismantling a nylon snare that has been used to trap an antelope. The poachers who set the snare will have taken what meat they wanted from the dead animal and left the carcass. What's wrong with hunters killing an antelope - you might think - they have to eat too. The problem is that if poachers are allowed to set traps inside a protected area those traps will maim and kill endangered species like the Mountain Gorilla. Indeed poachers often target species they know to be endangered - like the elephant and the hippo. If these species are to survive the rangers have to find the traps and destroy them and patrol aggressively against poaching gangs who set them. Frequently things get violent and this hard work costs a Ranger more than sweat and tears. We have lost over 150 Rangers in action since 1995. To find out more about life on the front line of African Conservation, please visit http//.