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Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

Together Possible: Uniting to Double the World’s Tigers

WWF April 5, 2017 0

Ninety-seven percent. In the last 100 years, tiger populations have declined that dramatically, from 100,000 to as few as 3,200 in the wild today. And it’s humans—through rampant poaching and habitat destruction—who are driving

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Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Q-and-A with WWF: Nepal, One Year after the Earthquake

Tania Curry April 30, 2016 0

In 2015, Shubash Lohani, Director of Sustainable Landscapes within WWF’s Forests team, was traveling through Nepal & Bhutan with a group of WWF supporters. Two days were left in the trip, when a devastating

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Field guide: Searching for snow leopards

Field guide: Searching for snow leopards

WWF December 3, 2014 0

Republished with permission from WWF-Canada. To see the original article, please go here. By Steph Morgan, WWF-Canada If you’re looking for a snow leopard, Dr. Rinjan Shrestha can tell you where to go. The

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Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Counting Wild Tigers by 2016: Will It Help Save Them?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 14, 2014 11

On Tuesday, September 16, 2014, 13 countries that have wild tiger populations agreed to take part in a global census of the endangered big cats. The hope is that this count will then lead to

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Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

Video: Google Glass Aids Rhino Conservation Groundwork

WWF April 25, 2014 0

WWF has actively been looking at how technology is transforming conservation. As a Google Glass Explorer,  WWF has started to test Field Notes, a tool biologists can use to record field data hands-free. Watch

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Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Pallas’s Cats Migrating Upward, Now in Nepal

Wendy Redal April 7, 2014 2

Pallas’s cats, previously only seen in the steppes of Central Asia, have been spotted in Nepal for the first time this winter. Images of the small wild cat – about the size of a

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