Son Tra – a gift of Mother Nature Travel

Son Tra – a gift of Mother Nature

Son Tra Peninsula in Da Nang city is seen as a “green lung” for the city. it was dubbed as a “treasure” with a rich animal and plant ecosystem varying from tropical rainforests to coastal reefs.
Island teachers devoted to students, community Society

Island teachers devoted to students, community

Seven years ago, teacher Cao Thi Thanh Minh left her comfortable surroundings in the north-central coastal province of Quang Binh and moved to an island commune in one of HCM City’s outlying districts
Phu Quoc hosts Dugong Festival Society

Phu Quoc hosts Dugong Festival

Nearly 700 tourists, local leaders and residents on Phu Quoc island in the southern province of Kien Giang participated in the Dugong Festival 2015.
Phu Quoc festival focuses on protecting dugong Environment

Phu Quoc festival focuses on protecting dugong

Nearly 1,000 students from secondary schools in the southern province of Kien Giang ’s Phu Quoc island district on November 30 joined a festival of protecting dugong, a species facing extinction in Vietnam.
Phu Quoc moves to protect endangered ‘sea cow’ Environment

Phu Quoc moves to protect endangered ‘sea cow’

The animal protection organisation Wildlife At Risk (WAR) and the Phu Quoc Island Preservation Zone together launched a campaign in the island district on October 6, calling for the protection of Dugongs and other rare marine animals in danger of extinction.
Environment

Students learn wildlife protection skills

Students from colleges across Ho Chi Minh City have learnt about wildlife protection at Hon Me Wildlife Rescue Station in Tho Son Commune, Hon Dat district in the southern province of Kien Giang .
Computer games help protect wildlife Environment

Computer games help protect wildlife

On the occasion of the 2013 World Biodiversity Day, the Wildlife At Risk (WAR) and the Khan Quang Do (Red Tie) magazine on May 22 launched two computer games on wildlife protection for the public, especially children aged 12-15 years old.
Society

Wildlife classes to enlighten kids

Students at 40 secondary schools in Ho Chi Minh City have been learning about wildlife preservation through extracurricular classes offered in temporary tents set up on their campuses.
Environment

200 native fish released into wild

More than 200 native rasbora (Rasbora paviana) and fighting fish (Betta splendens) were released last Sunday into Cau Do Canal in HCM City's Binh Thanh district, a tributary of the Sai Gon River.