#Run4WildlifeHN to return in November Environment

#Run4WildlifeHN to return in November

The annual race #Run4WildlifeHN will return to Hanoi on November 6 after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, said Education for Nature – Vietnam (ENV), the country’s first non-governmental organisation focusing on wildlife conservation.
Tens of wild animals released back to nature Environment

Tens of wild animals released back to nature

As many as 58 animals of eight species, including civet, king cobra, keeled box turtle, crested bird, cuckoo, yellow-billed starling, red-breasted parakeet, and Japanese zosterop, along with some cobras, were released back to Cuc Phuong National Park on July 2.
More efforts to conserve pangolin carried out Environment

More efforts to conserve pangolin carried out

In order to prevent extinction and save endangered wildlife species in Vietnam, especially pangolins, over the years, the Center for Wildlife Conservation in Vietnam has collaborated with Cuc Phuong National Park to rescue, save and release pangolins back into the wild.
Wildlife release tour promotes conservation of nature Environment

Wildlife release tour promotes conservation of nature

“Going home” - a free tour at Cuc Phuong National Park in the northern province of Ninh Binh launched in March - allows tourists to release animals back into nature, thereby helping spread the message of nature conservation among the public. For the first time in a national park in Vietnam, visitors can join authorities in releasing rescued animals back into their natural habitat.
Wildlife conservation: Risks and efforts Environment

Wildlife conservation: Risks and efforts

Vietnam, though rich in biodiversity with a large number of precious, rare and endemic species, has seen a decline in the number of many rare species, requiring the country to work hard to preserve and protect them against risk of extinction.
Petting wild animals deemed risky trend: workshop Environment

Petting wild animals deemed risky trend: workshop

A risky trend of having wildlife pets have become more popular, particularly among young people in Vietnam in recent years, said Nguyen Thu Thuy from the Asian Turtle Program (ATP) at a workshop held virtually on September 28.
New hope found for most endangered turtle in Vietnam Environment

New hope found for most endangered turtle in Vietnam

With his love and responsibility for the conservation of wild animals, Nguyen Van Long has spent a lot of time since 2017 for field trips to find descendants for Hoan Kiem turtle. Thanks to his endless efforts, a new ray of hope was seen.