wildlife conservation

Update news wildlife conservation

Twenty-one organisations and individuals with outstanding contributions to wildlife conservation in the 2010-2020 period will be honoured, according to the Vietnam Environment Administration under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

Wildlife conservation contributors to be honoured

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will honour organisations and individuals that have made great contributions to wildlife conservation between 2010 and 2020.

Vietnam to honour contributors to wildlife conservation during 2010-2020

Vietnam will honour organisations and individuals with great contributions to wildlife conservation in the 2010-2020 period.

Dolphin stuns beachgoers at Cam Ranh Bay

A large dolphin has paid a rare visit to the shallow waters of Cam Ranh Bay in the south central coastal province of Khanh Hoa.

WWF urges end to wildlife trade, consumption in Asia-Pacific

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has appealed for an end to the wildlife trade and consumption across the Asia-Pacific region amid the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and similar diseases in recent years.

What is the fate of tigers in Vietnam?

“Buying a tiger is as easy as buying a refrigerator,” Vu Ngoc Thanh, lecturer at the University of Natural Sciences, a member school of the HCMC National University, said.

Several primate species teeter toward extinction

VietNamNet Bridge – Primatologists have identified the 25 most endangered primates globally, of which three are endemic to Viet Nam, according to a press release from the Fauna & Flora International (FFI) - Viet Nam Programme.  

Children's helpline receives 1.5m calls

A State-run helpline known as Marvellous Key that provides 24-hour advice on child-related issues has received more than 1.5 million of calls from children and adults over the past 10 years, 69 per cent of which came from children.

No end yet to wildlife harvest

 VietNamNet Bridge – Preventing the illegal consumption of wildlife and protecting the nation's biological and zoological biodiversity needed the involvement of people in all levels of society,