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Online commercial exploitation may threaten Vietnam’s native birds
Monitor Conservation Research Society supporting Songbirds at the CITES CoP19
Lombok’s legal and illegal bird trade
Critically Endangered Silvery Pigeon appears on Indonesian online trade
Bearing all Down Under: the role of Australasian countries in the illegal bear trade
Endemic Australian shingleback lizard threatened by the international pet trade
Poaching of critically endangered songbirds in Indonesia’s Baluran National Park
Endemic Philippine Sailfin Lizard threatened by illegal wildlife trade
Launch of USAID Wildlife Asia’s 2020 Counter Wildlife Trafficking Digest
Monitor Songbird Lab to address illegal and unsustainable songbird trade
Shedding Light on the Trade in Nocturnal Galagos
Illegal hunting and exploitation of porcupines for meat and medicine in Indonesia
Exploitation of Javan Leopards and Sunda Clouded Leopards in Indonesia
US imports more than a million live reptiles from Indonesia between 2000-2015
Underestimating the illegal wildlife trade: A ton or a tonne of pangolins?
Spotlight on Indonesia: Endangered pig-nosed turtles threatened by illegal wildlife trade
New study: The impact of a CITES-listing on the Chinese Hwamei Garrulax canorus
Indonesian endemic songbirds under threat
Revealing the Online Trade of Sun Bears in Indonesia
The role of the Netherlands in the reptile trade
Otters at CITES CoP18: Stronger protection from over-exploitation
Reptiles and amphibians at CITES CoP18: Stronger protection from over-exploitation.
European Union key player in trafficking of Sri Lankan reptiles
The Straw-Headed Bulbul Sings About Extinction
Bear-ly on the Radar: Indonesia’s Illegal Trade in Sun Bears Could Worsen in the Pandemic
A siren song: disappearing songbirds of Asia
Unbearable: The Illegal Trade in Asian Bear Species
Millions of Tokay Geckos are taken from the wild each year.
Podcasts & News
Illegal Wildlife Trade:
Challenges at the Global Scale
Dr Chris R. Shepherd gives an overview of the illegal wildlife trade, with a focus on challenges and its eradication on a global scale at the Biology Society of South Australia.
The bigger picture
Endangered Species: Bringing back from the Brink
Dr Chris R. Shepherd on Monitor’s work on conserving species on the brink, highlighting research on often overlooked and lesser-known species that are also traded illegally on BFM Radio.
The War on Wildlife Project
Checking in with Boyd Leupen, Monitor Conservation Research Society
Boyd Leupen discusses the trade in wild birds, with a special focus on the Asian songbird crisis.
How a local organization is fighting international wild animal smuggling
Big Lake in the Cariboo seems like a strange place to run an international organization against wild animal smuggling, but that’s what’s happening. Chris Shepherd is the founder and executive director.
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