endangered species

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a species whose numbers are so small that the species is at risk of extinction

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Ganem Mubarak Al Hajiri, Director-General of Al Ain Zoo, said it is an opportunity to demonstrate the region's commitment to the conservation of wildlife and the education of communities visiting zoos and aquariums.
Hunters are without peer when it comes to funding the perpetuation and conservation of wildlife and natural habitats," Sanetti said.
Conservation of wildlife populations; demography, genetics, and management, 2d ed.
He further underlined the need for "voluntary and fair" relocation of villages for conservation of wildlife, and observed the need for better funding to address the issue.
Mohammed bin Juma al-Shiryani, Deputy Director General of the Nature Conservation said in the Ministry's speech that the protection of biodiversity and the preservation of wildlife in the Sultanate enjoys a special attention by His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said and his Government and the announcement of the establishment of nature reserves, conservation of wildlife, developing legislations, regulations and environmental laws highlights a translation of the Royal interest in biodiversity protection and conservation of natural resources.
ISLAMABAD, June 18 -- Houbara Bustard hunting issue topped agenda of the meeting of National Council for Conservation of Wildlife (NCCW) held here on Thursday with Federal Minister for Environment Hameedullah Jan Afridi in the chair.
Experts from the International Wild Waterfowl Association (IWWA), the International Council for Wild Bird Conservation (CIC) and the Syrian Society for Conservation of Wildlife (SSCW) are conducting researches to support and protect wildlife in Syria.
Praising the charity, which protects species in Africa and alleviates poverty, he said: "Balancing conservation of wildlife and natural resources with the evergrowing needs of the human race is at the heart of the challenge facing mankind today.
I am a fully paid up member of BASC (The British Association for Shooting and Conservation), whose aim is "working for all aspects of sporting shooting, conservation of wildlife and the countryside as well as the lawful protection of quarry species, their habitat and the future well being of the countryside in general".
Walcott, a B&C member, established a Senate Special Committee on the Conservation of Wildlife Resources, successfully steering the duck stamp bill through this committee and Congress.
He said this kind of technology was an important innovation to help the conservation of wildlife at risk from illegal persecution.
This includes reforestation, harvesting methods, maintaining water quality, and managing for the conservation of wildlife and plant species.
She should be setting a good example, particularly as Charles has strong views over the conservation of wildlife.
The sustainable cocoa program includes standards for worker treatment and conservation of wildlife, water and soil.
SIR - Royston Jones of Brecon (July 26), says, 'As for conservation of wildlife, conservation is one of the worst things that could happen to any species.
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