The rangers from Sun Bear Station (Veal Pi) freed one green pigeon from birds nets.
“Tatai village, Koh Kong province, April 3, 2018 we received information about a house using nets to capture birds.” said Ratislav, head ranger at Sun Bear Station. The rangers dismantled 40 meters of bird net, released 4 pigeons (one caught in the net and three others from cages) and filled a contract of non-reoffense with the house owner.
Wildlife Alliance rangers are dismantling thousands of meters of birds nets every year.
Please read more about bird netting crisis: Snaring Crisis is Driving Asia’s Wildlife to Extinction, Walls of death, Rangers from Koh Pao Dismantled and Collected 1 km of Bird Netting.
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