Articles Tagged with “Antelope”

6 Articles found tagged with “Antelope”.

  • Further Updates to the Red List

    Further updates to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species was released during the IUCN World Conservation Congress earlier this month.

    By Alex Taylor on 3rd October 2016
  • Community Conservation Helps Hirola

    The Abdullah Somali community runs the Ishaqbini Conservancy which is part of a network of 33 community conservancies, operating under the umbrella of the Northern Rangelands Trust.

    By Alex Taylor on 17th March 2016
  • Saiga Saga

    By 2010 there were around 81,000 left, but this year marked the start of the saiga die-offs.

    By Alex Taylor on 20th November 2015
  • Saving the Saiga

    Sadly, poaching remains a problem, not for food but for Chinese traditional medicine. The translucent, foot-long horns belonging to the males are ground into a powder and used for the treatment of headaches and fever, and a pound of powder can fetch US$2,000.

    By Alex Taylor on 27th November 2013