Wildlife and Forest Crime

‘Civet Lover’Busted for Selling Protected Wildlife

Illigal wildlife dealer, Ahmda Nurholis (20), who was arrested by the nature Conservation Agency of Malang, East Java, for selling a Crested Serpent Eagle a few days turned out to be a member of 'Civet Lovers' club.

Illegal Wildlife Trade Worths Billion Rupiah, PROFAUNA Demands Better Law Enforcement

The rampant practice of illegal wildlife trade and weak law enforcement urges Protection of Forest & Fauna (PROFAUNA) Indonesia to continue the campaign against wildlife trade. 

University Student Got Busted for Selling Eagle in Malang

The Nature Conservation Agency (BKSDA) of Malang, east Java arrested Ahmad Nurcholis (20) during a sting operation for selling a protected wildlife species in 

Wildlife Poaching is Actually Happening and It’s Distressing

The unfoiled illegal trade of Sumatran Tiger ivory from Aceh to Pekanbaru, Riau, on Friday (20/5/2016) has proven that wildlife poaching is a real issue.

Parrot Smuggling Foiled in North Maluku, PROFAUNA Demands Better Security in the Birds’ Origin

North Maluku Water Police (NMWP) arrested four citizens of the Phillippines for a smuggling attempt of 212 endemic birds on Monday 

8 Years of Prison and 50 Million Fines for Langur Trader

a wildlife dealer who traded Javan Langurs finally paid the price for his illicit business. He was sentenced to eight months in prison and IDR 50 million fines


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