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Cecile Veater Post 1

1 Dec 2014, 17:16

Gorrilla conservation at Bwindi

What has been done here would seem to be a good model for conservation projects. The needs of the local people have been considered as well as that of the animals. Involving the local people, educating them and helping them to profit from the conservation has meant that they help in the project and do not hinder it.

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Nicole Hoare Post 2 (summarised) in reply to 1

20 Jun 2015, 15:59
I think it highlighted that it is not the whole...
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