Thanks to the students at ISPP (International School of Phnom Penh) for helping us rescue a green peafowl being kept as a pet in Phnom Penh! After a grade 2 class learned about Endangered animals in Cambodia their teacher spotted a large bird being kept in a small cage. The students were able to identify the bird as an Endangered Green Peafowl and emailed Wildlife Alliance for help. Thanks to the class’s tip, our Wildlife Rapid Rescue Team was able to confiscate the bird being kept illegally as a pet and transported it to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center where it will receive appropriate care.
Thanks to ISPP students for their help in protecting Cambodia’s wildlife
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Thanking these heroes and hoping and praying they will keep on being kind and vigilant throughout life!
This is awesome!
Wouldn’t it be great if we could set up an ISPP-Wildlife Alliance Partnership, and had students volunteering to raise awareness about things such as trash? I’m going to look into that. :)
Thanks to ALL parties involved in this rescue!