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Nsumbu National Park on Lake Tanganyika

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Meet #GRICommunityOutreach’s Education Officer Leonard Kalima. Leonard has been working for Game Rangers International since August 2014. Based in the village of Basanga, Leonard delivers weekly conservation education to 1,000 children living on the borders of Kafue National Park. Trained as a Community Mobilizer, Leonard also works with women’s groups, subsistence farmers and vulnerable community members, providing capacity building, tools and equipment and welfare support. A true community conservation hero! Huge thanks to Elephant Charge for their continued support of Leonard’s field work.

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Meet #GRICommunityOutreach’s Education Officer Leonard Kalima. Leonard has been working for Game Rangers International since August 2014. Based in the village of Basanga, Leonard delivers weekly conservation education to 1,000 children living on the borders of Kafue National Park. Trained as a Community Mobilizer, Leonard also works with women’s groups, subsistence farmers and vulnerable community members, providing capacity building, tools and equipment and welfare support. A true community conservation hero! Huge thanks to Elephant Charge for their continued support of Leonard’s field work.

#WeAreAllRangers

Meet #GRICommunityOutreach’s Education Officer Leonard Kalima. Leonard has been working for Game Rangers International since August 2014. Based in the village of Basanga, Leonard delivers weekly conservation education to 1,000 children living on the borders of Kafue National Park. Trained as a Community Mobilizer, Leonard also works with women’s groups, subsistence farmers and vulnerable community members, providing capacity building, tools and equipment and welfare support. A true community conservation hero! Huge thanks to Elephant Charge for their continued support of Leonard’s field work.

#WeAreAllRangers

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Environmental sustainability means making sure natural resources in an area can be preserved for use by future generations. True we need to use the environment and its resources to sustain us now, sustainability entails that in meeting our needs for water, food, shelter as well as engaging in activities that make our lives enjoyable – including leisure activities and entertainment – we don’t cause damage to our environment or deplete resources that we can’t renew.We at Munga endeavor to leave the environment as untouched as possible as seen in our bush-like landscape.It’s much more than just being “green.” So lets take care of earth, remember its our only home!!!

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‘AudioMoth’ device aims to deliver low-cost, power-efficient monitoring of remote landscapes

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UK-based researchers who have developed a low-power, open-source acoustic monitoring device say it shows promise for monitoring wildlife and illicit incursions by mankind into remote habitats.

The researchers say that the device, which is about the size of a matchbox, can be made for as little as $43 per unit — a price-point that could be key to ensuring coverage across large landscapes, where numerous monitoring devices are required.

The AudioMoth can be programmed to monitor wildlife populations by recording the calls of specific target species while at the same time serving as an alert system when the sounds of human exploitation, such as the blast of a shotgun or the roar of a chainsaw, are detected.

Researchers in the UK who have developed a low-power, open-source acoustic monitoring device say it shows promise for monitoring wildlife and illicit incursions by mankind into remote habitats.

 

 

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Yesterday at 6:33am ·

Big news and big day today for wildlife.

Police in Thailand have arrested Boonchai Bach – a member of Asia’s “top wildlife crime family”. We have been following this notorious wildlife trafficking kingpin and the syndicate he’s part of for more than a decade. This guy is suspected of being responsible for the deaths of thousands of endangered animals. Congrats to Thai law enforcement agencies! Full story here http://www.freeland.org/…/untouchable-wildlife-kingpin-arr…/

 

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