Stories from the Field


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Wildlife Conservation Enforcement Training in Huangpu Customs, Guangzhou

Wildlife Conservation Enforcement Training in Huangpu Customs, Guangzhou
(February 06, 2015)   -   On November the 24th to 25th, 2014, China Wildlife Conservation Society in collaboration with the Guangzhou CITES Management Authority (MA), provided a two-day training workshop for Huangpu Customs Agency to support front-line enforcement efforts.

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Facing the illegal ivory trade and the African elephant crisis

Facing the illegal ivory trade and the African elephant crisis
(September 25, 2014)   -   A detailed review on the jeopardized survival of African elephants.

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Kangkang the great

Kangkang the great
(May 31, 2014)   -   Meet our team in Changtang!

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Building fences, crossing barriers

Building fences, crossing barriers
(May 20, 2014)   -   Challenges of doing conservation work in remote areas speaking completely different languages.

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Three days in Changtang

Three days in Changtang
(March 28, 2014)   -   Travelling to Tibet is like entering a dream, until you look for a trash bin.

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Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?

Will Tibetan antelopes ever be free?
(March 20, 2014)   -   The influence of pasture fences on Tibetan antelopes in Changtang, Tibet.

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A young herdsman looking after his yaks.

 A young herdsman looking after his yaks.
(March 14, 2014)   -   A day together with a yak herdsman on the grasslands of Changtang.

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