Hunting the poachers

Siamese Crocodile station – Chhay Areng

Wildlife Alliance manages 8 ranger stations with an average of 8,000 of patrols covering 119,552 km each year. These rangers have the responsibility of arresting poachers and loggers inside protected forest.

The constant presence on the ground makes our rangers to be unpredictable. The poachers and loggers feel hunted, they abandon their camps, clothes, chainsaws and guns and run away. Everything is dismantled and the evidence confiscated.

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The poachers and loggers feel hunted, they abandon their camps, clothes, chainsaws and guns and run away.

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Our forest rangers work tirelessly to protect some of the world’s most endangered animals in one of Southeast Asia’s last great rainforests.

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  1. Alex December 24, 2018 at 1:23 am - Reply

    Now is the time when people awake and live in harmony with Mother Earth. Poachers who do it for fun deserve death, their code is broken. You are doing great job guys. You are blessed. How we can join you?

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