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Organization of the Day:The Mexican Rehabilitation Centre for Primates (CMRP)

The Mexican Rehabilitation Centre for Primates (CMRP) emerges after the actual troubled situation of endemic endangered primates in Mexico (Alouatta pigra , Alouatta palliata, Ateles geoffroyi).The CMRP was founded in 2007 to promote, share important data and support conservation and rehabilitation of exotic primates in the zone, creating research programs and scientific education. The CMRP […]

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Angola Rhino News

Continuing with our series on matters of rhinos within our neighbouring countries. Angola’s rhino history seems short and not so sweet, what an utterly sorry state of affairs…    Baby Black Rhino.  Photo by Annamarie Esterhuizen 10 white rhinos were introduced to Quiçama NP from Natal Parks Board in 1968 Photograph by James P. Blair […]

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Rhino Translocation by Game Rangers´Association of Africa

Two years ago the Game Rangers’ Association of Africa (GRAA) embarked on a rhino project which looked to address rhino management through range expansion, genetic improvement and rhino security in an alternative and proactive manner. This was to identify additional areas where healthy populations of rhinos could exist and grow. The project aimed to capture […]

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The Worlds First Ever Rhino Photo Contest….

Welcome to the worlds first ever Rhino Photo contest. To participate and share your images,  please join Bush Warriors Photo of the Day Contest group on Facebook, which you can access by clicking here (http://www.facebook.com/groups/bushwarriorsphotooftheday/) Our first photo of the week is from Fred Von Winckelman The Bush Warriors Photo of The Day Contest is brought to you in […]

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A PARADIGM SHIFT IN RHINO CONSERVATION

Over the last 5 years rhino poaching has dramatically increased from a few to hundreds and if nothing drastic gets done the iconic Rhino will become extinct and disappear forever from the wild. Bush Warriors for the last three years brought you to the front lines of the battle to save the last of our […]

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The Impact of Our Daily Choices May Be Greater Than We Realize

The seemingly isolated actions we take every day—from our choice of morning beverage to our choice of business practices—leave an imprint on some of the world’s most valuable and threatened places. Take a few minutes to learn more about your food, your laptop and your morning coffee. The carbon footprint Doing More With Less We are […]

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Groundbreaking research: Dung can help save the rhino population!

Rhino conservation: Dung science leads to zoo baby boom Scientists at Chester Zoo say their work has achieved a rhino baby boom. rhinos in order to work out the best time to introduce them to a potential partner. And after a decade during which the zoo had no new baby rhinos, there have now been […]

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Is Vietnam (and not China) the Culprit in Rhino Poaching”

Alleged Vietnamese smuggler Pham Quang Loc, 56, sits behind rhino horns seized at Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok on Jan. 6. Rhino horn is seen as a miracle cure-all in Vietnam — an expensive, medically unproved and illegal product that experts say is devastating the global rhino population. Apichart Weerawong/AP Africa is facing a growing epidemic: […]

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Amazing Discovery: Monkeys can identify human hunters

The monkeys use their prehensile tails to grip Woolly monkeys can identify human hunters by their behaviour, research has revealed. Poeppig’s woolly monkeys live in the rainforests of Ecuador, Peru and Brazil but are vulnerable to hunting by the local Amazonian people. Scientists investigating how the monkeys respond to threats found that they acted differently […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Elephants Soon to be Massacred in Central Africa! Should NATO intervene?

Taking advantage of the ongoing political instability in Central African Republic, poachers may be preparing to perpetrate one of the biggest elephant massacres in recent history. WWF sources said heavily armed poachers were in Dzanga Bai, locally known as the “village of elephants,” inside Dzanga-Ndoki National Park. Between 50 and 200 elephants congregate every day […]

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Revolutionary idea to stop rhino poaching?

Rhino horn is now more expensive (by weight) than gold or cocaine and as a result rhino poaching is reaching epidemic proportions. The number of rhino’s lost to poaching in South Africa climbed from 300 in 2010 to 668 in 2012! 232 rhinos have already been killed in 2013. And these numbers only represent South Africa! Rhino poaching […]

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10 Amazing animal facts!

At Bush Warriors, we are always amazed at the wonders of the animal kingdom. Here are some strange facts about wildlife that we just had to share… Please help us save ALL species from extinction so that generations to come may also enjoy these wonderful creatures! 10   Cyanide Bugs Amazing Fact: Some millipedes (Apheloria Virginiensis) […]

The US government has dropped the ball on endangered species

“Its OK” to kill endangered species!” says US gov.t. Do you agree?

U.S. to Endangered Species Hunters: ‘Bring Your Trophies Right on In!’ New precedent set as U.S. grants permission for American hunter to import dead, endangered rhino from African safari. (Photo: T and O Safaris) For the first time in over 30 years, the U.S. government has granted an import permit to an American hunter who […]

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Happy Earth Day! 10 things we learned about Earth since last Earth Day…

It’s Earth Day yet again. Last year, to celebrate the 42nd Earth Day, we took a look at 10 of the most surprising, disheartening, and exciting things we’d learned about our home planet in the previous year—a list that included discoveries about the role pesticides play in bee colony collapses, the various environmental stresses faced by the world’s […]