Wildlife and Forest Crime

Two Sumatran Tigers Rendered Crippled by Trap

wo wounded Sumatran Tigers (Panthera tigris sumatrae) was found on a production forest in Mukomuko regency, Bengkulu

PROFAUNA Reports Javan Langur Killing in Lumajang

PROFAUNA received public reports regarding a case of Javan Langur (Trachypithecus auratus) killing in Pronojiwo, Lumajang, east Java. Horrible photos were posted on Facebook by an account named Addi Gokhil.

Wildlife Crime in Indonesia 2015: 5,000 Trade and 370 Poaching Cases

PROFAUNA notes that from January up to mid-December 2015 there were at least 5,000 cases of wildlife trade on the web (including on social media like Facebook)

PROFAUNA Reports Finding of Bird Snares in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

PROFAUNA found snares used for capturing birds along the trail to B29 of the Bromo Tengger National Park on Tuesday 

Thousands Birds from Borneo Illegally ‘Flied’ on Motorboats

East Java Nature Conservation Agency (Balai Besar Konservasi Sumber Daya Alam / BKSDA) thwarted a smuggling attempt of 2,711 songbirds from Balikpapan, East Borneo.

Villagers thwart an eagle trafficker on a volcano in Java

A crested serpent eagle was saved from being trafficked on Sunday by residents of Melung, a village on the slopes of the volcanic Mount Slamet


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