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Last month British Prime Minister David Cameron hosted a summit in London that was designed to fight against the illegal wildlife trade globally.
50 heads of state attended from some of the worst affected countries. It is estimated the illegal wildlife trade is worth approximately £11.5 billion per year.
Rhino poaching reached record levels last year according to the Save the Rhino charity. In 2013 1,004 rhino’s were lost to poaching in South Africa alone. In 2014 86 Rhino deaths have been recorded in South Africa so far. The level of Rhino poaching globally has risen an astonishing 7,500 per cent between 2007 and 2013 and it is estimated that once every ten hours a Rhino is killed by a poacher.
The Aspinall Foundation is pleased to announce the birth of a western lowland gorilla at its conservation project in Africa.
The baby gorilla arrived on January 7th at the Aspinall Foundation’s Gabon gorilla reserve. This is the second such birth at the reserve and is a great sign for the species which is critically endangered.
Last year was the worst year on record for rhinos that were killed by poachers according to new data released by the government of South Africa. There were approximately three rhinos killed each day representing an increase of an astonishing 7,723 per cent.
To get a sense how bad things have become in 2007 just 13 rhinos were poached and in 2013 that figure reached 1004. The Kruger National Park was one of the worst affected.
Conservationists in Africa have begun introducing drone technology in Africa to help park rangers get a leg up against poachers in regions where rhino’s and elephants roam and are vulnerable.
About a year ago, Google donated US$5 million to the WWF to search for new ways to deter and detect wildlife crime.
Conservationists in Namibia are about to start a drone program combined with a variety of other tracking technologies in some of the country’s national parks according to WWF officials.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and you are probably starting to think about what would make the perfect gift for your loved one. Whilst we all love chocolate and flowers it would be nice to do something a little different so you can surprise your other half with something special. You could choose to sponsor a guide dog puppy as your gift to your better half.
Herbie, Cally and Gismo are three puppy’s about to embark on a journey as they transform into full grown life changing guide dogs. These three cuties need your help and all it costs is just £1 a week. For that Guide Dogs For The Blind will send your loved one regular Pupdates which will keep you informed about how your puppy is getting on. They will also receive a gorgeous welcome pack and you can print a puppy photo and certificate to include as part of your Valentine’s Day card.