Positive action in the New Year sets the tone for an end to bear farming in Vietnam

Major transfer of 9 bears in Binh Duong and an instruction from Hanoi People’s Committee to combat wildlife crimes and bear farming in Hanoi Today, nine bears were transferred from the farms and facilities of three bear owners in Binh Duong province, Vietnam. This event marks the culmination of years of collaboration by ENV, the …

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First-ever Caracal Confiscated from Illegal Wildlife Trade in Vietnam

ENV has secured the first-ever confiscation of a caracal from Vietnam’s illegal wildlife trade! Caracals are medium-sized carnivorous wild cats indigenous to central Asia and Africa. This caracal was being kept as an illegal exotic “pet” in Hanoi when it was reported to ENV. The case began when the ENV Wildlife Crime Hotline was contacted …

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New ENV Newsletter Highlights September 2021 Achievements

Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) is thrilled to share our latest ENV newsletter: Wildlife Watch, September 2021 Edition. This publication contains ENV’s September activities and achievements from each of our departments combatting Vietnam’s illegal wildlife trade through a wide array of strategies. ENV’s newsletter, Wildlife Watch, will continue to be updated and shared regularly to keep …

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China authorities bust wildlife ring

ZHUHAI: Police in this province in South China’s Guangdong region have recently uncovered an animal trafficking scheme involving 8 tons of pangolin scales worth 400 million yuan ($62 million), China Central Television reported. The number of killed pangolins is estimated to be 16,000, taking into account that the scales of one pangolin weigh about 0.5 …

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