Wildlife and Forest Crime

Wildlife Trafficking in 2014: a Grim Reflection

According to a record of Protection of Forest & Fauna (PROFAUNA) Indonesia, there were at least 78 filed cases of wildlife crime in 2014.

Rangers of Meru Betiri National Park Arrested Wildlife Poachers

A joint team of Pesanggaran police department and the rangers of Meru Betiri National Park arrested 4 poachers yesterday

Rangers Rescued 10 Parrots in Ternate

Rangers from the Nature Conservation Agency Area I, North Maluku, rescued 10 lories and cockatoos in Ternate, North Maluku, in a raid held on 20-23 August 2014. 

Illegal Wildlife Dealer to Spend 16 Months in Jail

Sentenced guilty by the judges of Medan district court for illegally trading protected wildlife species, Dede Setiawan, currently resides in Jalan Selamat, Medan, is going to spend 16 months in jail.

PROFAUNA’s Note on Indonesian Wildlife Crime, First Half of 2014

Illegal wildlife trade rate in Indonesia is still high, as can be referred from the wildlife crime record between January-June 2014.

On Facebook: Sunbear Got Decorticated and Eaten in Berau, East Borneo

PROFAUNA found a Facebook account named Ricky Werang who uploaded a photo album entitled "Berburu Beruang" ("Bear Hunting") on Thursday (5/6/2014), which ironically is also World's Environment Day.


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