Having fun with the pups! They play hard and work harder. Awesome dog unit and team. 🐶
Wildlife crime news, both bad and good....
ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Two weeks ago, the bodies of 11 critically endangered lemurs were discovered in Iaroka forest inside the Zahamena Ankeniheny Corridor protected area in eastern Madagascar. The lemurs…
Take it easy: today is World Sleeping Day... In many countries, when one sleeps a lot, some are used to say that "he sleeps as a dormouse". But do you know why sleep is associated with this little animal? First of all, because it is a nocturnal animal and during the day in warm and warm seasons sleeps staying hidden in the hollows of trees, artificial nests of birds, cracks in walls and rocks. It is present in central eastern and southern Africa where it lives in woods, savannahs, prairies or rocky expanses, but it can also take advantage of attics or granaries and visit cultivated areas. Precisely when we humans sleep, he reactivates himself in search of food. His favorite dishes are leaves, bark, nuts with or without shell, eggs, and small birds. It's agile but never more than a squirrel in jumping from branch to branch. In Europe, where different species of dormouse meet, this animal goes into hibernation and spends the whole winter sleeping! PAMS wishes everyone a good sleep! ... See more
"Living wild species are like a library of books still unread. Our heedless destruction of them is akin to burning the library without ever having read its books" J. Dingell
The story behind the beautiful elephant mugs made in memory of Wayne and to help raise funds for PAMS Foundation. Thank you Uncommon goods. https://blog.uncommongoods.com/2018/uncommon-impact-protect-the-elephants/?sv_cid=1160_03576&sv_emopen=true&sv_svemi=2953020&cm_source=march2018newsletter&utm_campaign=body&utm_medium=email&utm_source=march2018newsletter&utm_term=bloglink3 ... See more
When you think "activism," you may not think "handmade pottery," but we'd encourage you to broaden your horizons. JoAnn Stratakos's Protect the Elephants Mug harnesses cuteness for a cause, as $5 goes to the PAMS Foundation for each sold.
New uniforms and boots! These items are essential in being able to effectively patrol in Tanzania. We thank our donors and supporters for their help in providing these always needed and useful items. Asanteni sana from the field! #PAMSFoundation #FieldWork
Samwel, a member of the Ruvuma team and a man with many talents, from flying to art work to teaching kids about wildlife
Forest, animals that populate it and men, we are all connected... Populations of forests elephants, which play key roles in maintaining forest habitat, have declined 63 percent in Central Africa since 2001. Without intervention to prevent further losses, 96 percent of the region's forests could undergo major change. ... See more
Poaching and habitat loss have reduced forest elephant populations in Central Africa by 63 percent since 2001. This poses consequences not only for elephants but also for the region's forests, a new study finds. Without intervention to stop poaching, as much as 96 percent of Central Africa's forests... ... See more
Out in the field on safari with students from Northern Tanzania! Seeing such incredible wildlife like this lion. Make sure to look up 🙂 #FieldTrip #PAMSFoundation #WildlifeEducation
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