4. IFoS-2019 | Wildlife management
Paper 2 Section B
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Modern day wildlife conservation | Nick Bubb | TEDxZuriberg
Nick Bubb gives us an overview of the state of wildlife conservation in the world today. He explains why there is still a lot to be done and how governments, companies and citizens need to work together to protect our environment and critically endangered species. Wildlife conservation provides jobs, improves livelihoods and helps to address the effects of environmental and social changes.
Nick Bubb heads up Global Development at Fauna & Flora International (FFI), the world's oldest international wildlife conservation charity. FFI supports a great number of conservation programs in 47 countries, which integrate scientific expertise and local community engagement.
Nick's varied background includes significant time spent as an: engineer, professional ocean racer, sports sponsorship expert and wealth manager. After an expedition to Antarctica in 2012 and seeing the first-hand effects of climate change, Nick decided to leave the world of financial management behind and combine all his skills, experiences & networks, and dedicate himself to environmental causes. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
A unique perspective on true wildlife conservation: Krithi Karanth at TEDxGateway 2013
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Discussion | COVID-19 effects on conservation
Globally there's been Covid-19-related job losses in protected areas and reduced anti-poaching patrols affecting conservation efforts. New research published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature reveals that Africa and Asia were the most severely affected. For more, Gareth Edwards speaks to Nicole Robinson the Chief Marketing Officer from And Beyond. Courtesy #DStv403
GAR WARS! The Battle to Save this GIANT Fish!
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In this episode of Breaking Trail, get ready for the FEATURE LENGTH version of Gar Wars and witness the epic battle save this GIANT fish!
A RIVER MONSTER sized thank you goes out to the Gar Guys – Hayden Roberts, Florian Kappen, Maximiliaan “Max” Claus and Josh Perkin for their leadership in the field, expertise in ichthyology and driving fight to help preserve the future of these living relics.
Special thanks to Texas A & M University for allowing the Brave Wilderness team to document their continued research on this subject matter.
Special thanks to Steve Goodman for allowing us to explore and film his beautiful stretch of private river.
Additional thanks to Solomon David, Matthew Miller and Bubba Bedre for their guidance and expertise on the history of gar and the future of conservation for this species.
Archival photo and video credits: Solomon David, Bubba Bedre, Florian Kappen and Max Claus.
“GAR WARS – A conservation fish force!” title and phrasing credit: Matthew Miller/Cool Green Science
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How Goats are Regenerating a Forest and Protecting this Town from Bushfire
From Weedy Forests to Grassy Woodlands tells the story of a community-led permaculture initiative to mitigate forest fire risk using goats and hand tools rather than herbicides, heavy machinery, and burn-offs. On the edge of Daylesford, a town on Dja Dja Wurrung country in Victoria, Australia prone to massive bush fires, a small group of community-minded folk have pulled together to work towards restoring the ecology of their commons forest – in order to stop the future need for controlled burn-offs by the local fire authority.
Burn-offs keep the township safe from out-of-control fires, but they hinder the forest’s ability to regenerate, and thus cannot provide the environment necessary for the diversity of insects, birds and animals that are necessary in a healthy forest on a healthy planet. Restoring the forest also allows for traditional indigenous burns to take place, as the danger created by flammable non-native species has been reduced.
The work being done by the Goathand Cooperative is not only showing stunning results on the forest floor, it’s having much broader effects: the forest’s wildlife is thriving, the goats are healthy and happy, but in addition neighbours previously dubious about the project have come on board, so that new and strong community connections are being made. And as one Cooperative member says in the film, an important re-connection is also being made with nature. “We haven’t always been trammellers of land,” says Patrick Jones. This connection to the soil and to the forest is, he believes, “our way back to sanity”.
From Weedy Forests to Grassy Woodlands offers inspiration to anyone looking for ways to regenerate their own or a commons forest, anyone feeling the urgency of mitigating the potential disasters of forest fires in the most natural way possible, anyone in a locality and position to use goats for that purpose, and just anyone seeking reconnection to the earth that created and sustains us!
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FILM 4 Our Seas: Marine Wildlife Management
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This film explores the ways in which marine habitats and marine life are managed and protected from threats such as overfishing and habitat degradation. It also explains how the introduction of marine protected areas around the British Isles protects marine life and habitats by regulating and restricting human activity in these areas.
These films were produced by Nina Constable Media and funded by Garfield Weston Foundation, The Headley Trust, Seafish, Daylesford Foundation, The Tanner Trust.
Peabody Wildlife Management Area, March 4, 2018
Peabody Wildlife Management Area
Ohio County, Kentucky
**Note: Peabody WMA requires a permit (available any where hunting/fishing licenses are sold, $15)
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Episode 4: Chassahowitzka, Hunting Florida Wildlife Management Areas
Hunting Florida Wildlife Management areas, Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area. Deer Hunting in Florida.
CAMP ROBINSON WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA!!! / Where To Run In Arkansas Ep. 4
Cool loops of gravel paths near Camp Robinson! Awesome route for exploring and reconnecting with nature!
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Reality Deer Management Ep. 4-Attracting and Holding Big Bucks
We recently received a call from Dave Skinner of Covert Scouting Cameras regarding one of their farms. The farm was filled with does, but the mature bucks were few and far between. The Covert team wanted some tips on how make their property more attractive to big bucks. Erich gave Dave some ideas on how to manage their native vegetation, mature timber stands, and their food plots. Everything that can be done to enhance your property can be done inexpensively and with a little bit of time. It doesn't take a huge budget to make your property inviting to mature deer. Even if you have issues with neighbors around your property, this episode discusses some things you can do to minimize their effects.
The New Guardian of the Jungle | Machine Learning Securing Wildlife | upGrad - Future Forward
With an exponential increase in poaching, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning experts have developed a Personal Assistant for Wildlife Security (PAWS) + Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART) solution that helps in detecting areas and also tracks common routes pursued by poachers.
upGrad presents Future Forward, The New Guardian of the Jungle (Machine Learning Securing Wildlife). This video tells you how this exceptional technology works.
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slamabad Wildlife Management Board instructs citizens to be careful on trails 4 and 6
Islamabad Wildlife Management Board instructs citizens to be careful on trails 4 and 6 .... Last night, female leopards were seen roaming around the trails. The board has traced 5 permanent leopards in Margalla National Park through trap cameras. Tendu attacks only as a self-defense, so citizens are advised to be careful
Celebrating Community-Led Conservation
The National Geographic Society filmed 'The Story of the Northern Rangelands Trust', a series of four short films funded by USAID. In 2019, the films were screened in Washington D.C., bringing the story of northern pastoralist communities of Kenya to the global stage for the first time.
WATCH the first film which highlights the work of NRT and local community members in advancing a sustainable future for people and wildlife.
Tools of Wildlife Management (P.4)
Plateau seminar September 2014