Conservation

Rhino Fund Uganda

Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary (Rhino Fund Uganda) Article by Angie Genade ALL ABOUT UGANDA’S RHINOS!! There used to be several hundred northern white rhinos and...
An agent from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service instructs a trainee in documenting evidence during training on wildlife crime scene investigation techniques. (Credit: U.S. Mission Uganda)

Photos Courtesy: J. Ashley Netherton, USAID By Anne-Marie Weeden (Uganda Conservation Foundation) One of the challenges facing Uganda Wildlife Authority...
Two rescued Pangolin explore their new surroundings-UCF

By Anne-Marie Weeden, Uganda Conservation Foundation The giant pangolin and her baby had spent the night in a secure Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) facility, having...
Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Article By: Sarah Namulondo (writer / blogger www.sarahnamulondo.com)  |  Images By: RJ Walter & Innocent Ampeire It’s Dangerous being a Chimpanzee!
A man's boot caught in a trap

Poacher’s traps kill people too  - By Anne-Marie Weeden, Uganda Conservation Foundation Working in a conservation organization, it may sometimes seem like all...
Kabim UWA Rangers displaying snares and spears recovered © UCF

Images by: Sherry McKelvie By Anne-Marie Weeden of the Uganda Conservation Foundation Since Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) was...

CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY & WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST 1 Bank Close, Entebbe Town, Entebbe. Tel: (041) 4320662 Fax: (041) 4321737 Mobile:...
Treatment trials on the Rothschild's Giraffe

"Treatment trials on the Rothschild's Giraffe"  -  Photos by Sherry McKelvie "Saving Uganda’s Rothschild’s Giraffe" Article by Anne-Marie Weeden, Uganda Conservation Foundation Uganda...
Thumbs Up for WILD LEO © UWA

C.S.I. Wildlife - How criminology techniques are helping to fight wildlife crime in Uganda  By Anne-Marie Weeden, Uganda Conservation...
Mihingo Lodge Conservation Run

Mihingo Lodge Conservation Run By Iddy Farmer Fancy taking a run where the spectators are zebras, where Vervet monkeys watch inquisitively from the trees...

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