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Measures to Conserve Mountain Gorillas

Measures to Conserve Mountain Gorillas

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Gorillas are among the critically endangered primates according to International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Sadly, the number of gorillas is declining day by day, week by week, month by month and year by year. Currently, the number of Mountain gorillas is estimated to be about 1005 individuals surviving only in Virunga region covering

Impact of Oil Development on Wildlife Not Always Obvious

Impact of Oil Development on Wildlife Not Always Obvious

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Nobody really knows what effect oil drilling will have on wildlife in Uganda.  Most of the Uganda’s national parks and other protected areas are slated for drilling, and much of the oil is being found in the Albertine Rift, one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet.  In Murchison Falls National Park, most of

Should Sport Hunting be Allowed in Uganda?

Should Sport Hunting be Allowed in Uganda?

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Last night in Kampala there was a forum held by Nature Uganda about whether sports-hunting should be used as a wildlife management tool in Uganda.  This is obviously a hot issue, with strong feelings on either side.  I invite you to read this post, and then vote in the attached poll Speakers:Achilles Byaruhanga, Executive Director