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Technological application in natural resource and environmental management in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

Technological application in natural resource and environmental management in Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

29/11/2017 Research
Scientific research and technological application is an important solution of all activities in social life and development process. Recognizing the importance of applying technology in the management, conservation and promotion of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park World Heritage, the Park’s...
Rescuing one individual of primate to release back into the wild

Rescuing one individual of primate to release back into the wild

27/10/2017 Wildlife Rescue
On 25th October 2017, Bo Trach Forest Protection Unit has transferred one individuals of Southern Pig-tailed Macaque (Macaca leonina) to Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures development.
Persuade the local resident hand in endangered, precious and rare primates for rescue and release into the natural environment

Persuade the local resident hand in endangered, precious and rare primates for rescue and release into the natural environment

23/10/2017 Wildlife Rescue
On 2nd August 2017, with representatives of local government and Khe Gat Forest Protection Station, Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures development received one individual of Pygmy Slow Loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus). It is 0,2kg of weight which was found by Dang Ngoc Thinh – a local...
A local resident handed over voluntarily endangered, precious and rare species for rescue and release into the natural environment

A local resident handed over voluntarily endangered, precious and rare species for rescue and release into the natural environment

13/10/2017 Wildlife Rescue
On 18th August 2017, Mr Hoang Tien Nam – a local resident handed over an Impressed tortoise (Manouria impressa) for rescue to Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures development.  
Releasing animals in the wild

Releasing animals in the wild

13/10/2017 Wildlife Rescue
On 26th September 2017, 12 individuals of wild animal was released into the wild after they had been rescued and quarantined by Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures development coordinated with National Park Forest Protection Division.  
Receive rare wildlife individuals to rescue

Receive rare wildlife individuals to rescue

13/10/2017 Wildlife Rescue
On 2nd October 2017, the Police Department Against Environment Crimes – Police in Dong Hoi city has handed over two wildlife individuals to Center for Rescue, Conservation and Creatures development.  
National Park Management Board of Phong Nha - Ke Bang held in response to World Environment Day.

National Park Management Board of Phong Nha - Ke Bang held in response to World Environment Day.

In response to the World Environment Day (5/6), International Day of Biodiversity (22/5), Sea and Islands Week 2015. Vietnam dated 05/6/2015 morning, park management committee Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park in collaboration with GIZ Regional component Phong Nha - Ke Bang held a picnic learn...
Biodiversity Day and World Environment Day: Picnic learn nature.

Biodiversity Day and World Environment Day: Picnic learn nature.

In response to the International Day of Biodiversity 22/5 and 06/05/2016 World Environment Day, from 23 to the end of May 28, 2016, Rescue Center, told
Fauna and flora in Phong Nha

Fauna and flora in Phong Nha

14/10/2016 Wildlife Rescue
Between wasteland deep limestone (KARST) famous Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh) has a special rescue team, with the task of finding, preserving and
National Park Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Wildlife drop into the natural environment

National Park Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Wildlife drop into the natural environment

14/10/2016 Wildlife Rescue
Date 20/01/2012, National Park Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park Project in collaboration with The Nature Conservancy conducted decent drop in wildlife environment