Overexploitation is one of the main threats to wildlife globally, the solution is not black and white. Wildlife Alliance aims to find a solution that suits forests, wildlife and communities. The future of the black shouldered kite and all of Cambodia’s beautiful wildlife depends on law enforcement, education and alternative livelihoods.
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