antipoaching

antipoaching

(ˌæntɪˈpəʊtʃɪŋ)
adj
(Hunting) acting against or opposed to poaching
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Most African countries support hunting, which brings money to local economy and meat as a source of protein to locals, creates jobs for many families and brings in more money for rangers and antipoaching units than any other organisation.
A BRITISH soldier on antipoaching operations in Africa has been killed by a rogue elephant.
Tenders are invited for Cost of concreting of entrance road at uppukulam antipoaching campshed in neelikal section under silent valley national park during 2019-20
Antipoaching teams patrol the forest every day, removing snares in an endless fight to avoid heartbreaking scenes like these.
Officially an antipoaching guard at the Vaduvoor Bird Sanctuary, the strongly-built man is intimately connected to the lake and the birds' species, both native and foreign.
In early 2018 the Department of Justice's Antitrust Division announced its intention to prosecute antipoaching agreements criminally.
WELSH women are helping support South Africa's first all-female antipoaching unit - as part of an innovative global link-up.
Botswana has strong antipoaching efforts and large,
In fact the slight increase in roan population observed between 2001 and 2004 was attributed to increased antipoaching security efforts [23, 26].
Her work involves research on spatiotemporal patterns of people and wildlife in protected areas for antipoaching efforts, camera trap studies, and development of conservation technology in database management.
ZPWMA together with the safari operators helps in antipoaching activities and habitat protection of these conservation areas [84].