WWF and KWS conducting an ear notching exercise together with Narok county council in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Microchips are being inserted in the rhinos horns to help protect rhinos and combat poaching. For more info: http://ift.tt/1eVZc3t #endwildlifecrime RID 3761
This adorable baby elephant was born to a mother who is part of an elite team of critically endangered Sumatran elephants that help protect communities from conflict with wild elephants in Indonesia. She’s nearly 4 months old, growing fast and starting to imitate her mother’s behaviour. Here it looks as though she’s getting to grips with using her trunk! Read more about the fantastic work of WWF-Indonesia’s elephant Flying Squad and the newest addition here: http://bit.ly/wwf-elephant
The third Green Economy Green Growth Forum was held in Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon, Myanmar on November 20-22, 2013. WWF convened a day-long event entitled: Making it Work: Energy, Water and Food Security in a Coherent Strategic Framework. Speakers from the event describe their vision and ideas for a green economy in Myanmar.