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Bait dog, Mr Beau Jangles, saved and rehabilitated Featured

Suspected bait dog, Mr Beau Jangles, is just one of the animals who has been saved from being put to sleep by The Birkett-Smith Animal Sanctuary. ‘He is battle scarred and has got some complex issues, but is now calm and at peace in the Sanctuary’, said Joy Keys the founder of The Sanctuary.

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Health/Education News

Citizen driven program helping reforest Sri Lanka

Citizen driven program helping reforest Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka being a tropical island located in the Indian Ocean, has been home to a varied number of animals and plants for millions of years. In fact Sri Lanka is a bio-diversity hotspot. But, over the past 200 years...

Conservation News

Conservation leads to rural community development

Conservation leads to rural community development

A two year rural development and joint conservation pilot scheme, in Camdeboo, Mountain Zebra and the West Coast National Park, South Africa, have seen major potential benefits for rural communities as well as continued gains for conservation.

Community/Construction News

Mangroves put down their roots

Mangroves put down their roots

Over the past 30 years, half of the worlds’ mangrove population has been eradicated, but a combined mangrove rehabilitation project across Asia is helping to restore lost populations.