Partners For Conservation delighted to join other Conservationists for a wildlife expo

Partners For Conservation delighted to join other Conservationists for a wildlife expo

How do pangolin anti-trafficking teams work in the face of a pandemic? What can help an orphaned rhino be successfully rehabilitated back into the wild? Where are conservationists working tirelessly to ensure rare marine mammals like the Irrawaddy dolphin thrive in marine habitats? Why do the world’s leading penguin scientists have hope for the future of these enchanting birds? Besides all of this, animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, and a rising demand for wildlife products has led to devastating numbers of poaching and trafficking incidents. Would you like to learn more about these burning issues? Wildlife Conservation Network team Wildlife Conservation Network and partners in the field are looking forward to exploring all these, to share hope for wildlife and wild places and so much more with you in a virtual expo scheduled on on October 10th and 17th. Please do click here for your registration https://www.wcnexpo.org/

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