Conservation Frontlines

Jul 25th

2020

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Frontline Dispatches – June 2020 Vol. II, No. 6

DOWNLOAD PDF Asia Nearly 15,000 miles of roads will be built in tiger habitat by mid-century, further threatening the species and highlighting the need for conservation. U. of Michigan ecologists calculated the extent and potential impacts of new road networks across 450,000 square miles (1.165 million sq km) of tiger habitat in 13 countries. Road […]

Jul 13th

2020

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Himalayan Lynx Filmed Hunting Markhor in Pakistan for First Time

While filming a group of markhor grazing on the steep, rocky cliffs of Pakistan’s Chitral Valley, in the Tooshi-Shasha Wildlife Conservancy, the WWF-Pakistan field production team and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Wildlife Dept. spotted a lynx crouching behind a rock, about to begin a stalk. What followed was a dramatic scene few have ever witnessed—a lynx […]

Jul 3rd

2020

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Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa 2015: Garth Owen-Smith

Garth Owen-Smith was awarded the 2015 Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa in recognition of his lifetime contribution to the restoration and conservation of wildlife in Namibia. This film is about the work of Garth and Margaret as the architects of community conservation and their combined efforts to position Namibia’s approach to conservation as […]


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