GPDS Anti-Poaching Unit fast intervention

The Global Park Defense System (GPDS) team, funded by Jeff Morgan (Global Conservation), is a specialized ranger unit that uses technology to bolster conservation. The ranger unit utilizes trail cameras in the forest that send pictures and videos to the rangers in real-time, to monitor and intercept illegal activities inside the protected area.

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Poacher caught on camera followed after 15 minutes by GPDS Anti-Poaching Unit

Results

GPDS Road O’Key Chi Phat – Cambodia

Fourteen Turtles 15kg, 2 Monitor lizard 1.5kg (one alive one dead) , 1 motorbike confiscated as state property. The poacher abandoned his motorbike, the animals and run away.

The rangers burned the monitor lizard on site.

The rangers release the animals back to the wild, inside the Cardamom protected area.

Turtle Release VIDEO – GPDS Anti-Poaching Unit

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  1. Sharon Peterson September 16, 2018 at 9:33 am - Reply

    Hi
    I would personally like to thank all your staff who are giving so much care to both Amari and little Lori you are all doing a great job and it is good that they are getting the care that they both greatly need, like many others all over the world l have become so attached to little Lori she is the people’s princess with a huge sweet personality, I have given a small donation to help with their care and I will send more when I can, it’s just nice to know that there are people like yourselfs to be able to help these poor animals, I hope you will keep all us Lori fans up to date with her progress as I’m in the UK and this is the only way I can see her. So thanks again for your helping these animals.
    Sharon Peterson.

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