Huge Python rescued from villager house

Nine kilograms Python released back into the wild A nine kilogram python was rescued from inside a house in Chi Phat village. The homeowner found the snake hiding under his house. He immediately informed Wildlife Alliance's GPDS (Global [...]

Technology is changing the nature of conservation

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 [...]

2018-09-05T11:05:40+00:00September 5th, 2018|Categories: Cardamom Protection, GPDS, Newsletter|

Technology is saving endangered species from poachers

June 21, 2018 – The GPDS (Global Park Defense System) rangers woke to an alert at 2:22 AM from a motion detecting trail camera. The camera hidden in the forest sent a real-time photo of one person on a [...]

Anti-Poaching unit saves critically endangered pangolin

The GPDS (Global Park Defense System) anti-poaching unit uses motion detecting trail cameras to monitor for people illegally entering the protected forest and are able to intervene immediately when the cameras send live updates. The camera alerted the team [...]

GPDS Chi Phat on patrol with Wildlife Alliance rangers

Global Park Defense System Chi Phat on patrol with Wildlife Alliance rangers VIDEO [...]

Turtles rescued and released – GPDS Global Park Defense System

On January 5, 2018 the Rangers from Global Park Deference System organized an ambush on Kam Road in Chi Phat. One motorbike was abandoned by his driver at the view of the anti-poaching team. The MoE found 7 turtles [...]

Red Muntjac saved by villager in Chi Phat

This morning, our GPDS (Global Park Defence System) patrol team received a baby red muntjac from a villager in Chi Phat. It was found as an orphan in a rice field, but in good health. It has now been taken [...]

Elephant movement in the Cardamom Forests

Monitoring and collecting data about elephant movement in the Cardamom Forests is an important part of Wildlife Alliance Rangers roles.  Over the longer term, tracking data helps build knowledge of elephant ranging behaviour. This information is key to preserving [...]

CAP squad arrest. Civet rescued by Wildlife Alliance Rangers

Cardamom Rainforest anti-poaching squad This morning, 04.30AM a check point made by the Global Park Defense System anti-poaching squad. "We control all the motorbikes coming from O Chai area towards the community area Chi Path. At 07.12 AM one [...]

Muntjac with a broken leg saved by the Rangers

This morning our patrol team received a red muntjac with a broken leg from tourists at Chi Phat. It was found running on the tourist trail at Veal Taprak with blood on her leg caused by a hunter. The [...]