The four-day training on “Community-Based Pangolin Conservation and Protection” was an assembly of the Epe community’s traditional leaders, religious leaders, youths, hunters, bush meat sellers, market women and men, the Federal Ministry of Environment and law enforcement agencies such as the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), the Nigerian Customs Service, Civil Defence, Immigration etc.
Biodiversity is the sum total of all life forms on the planet and it has witnessed a heavy decline over decades. On the 4th of June, 2022 the Chair Pangolin Conservation Guild Nigeria gave a deeply insightful lecture on Biodiversity and Wildlife Conservation on a Virtual Cohort Programme Organized by Revamp Rave Network. This network […]
The National Endangered Species Day was celebrated on the 20th of May, 2022. It is a day set apart to hold special events or programs that is tailored towards creating awareness for endangered species. This year being the 17th Annual Endangered Species Day was themed “recovering key species for ecosystem restoration”. At PCGN, pangolins are […]
It takes a resilient pangolin to brave the horrible situation of the illegal wildlife market. Pangolins are fragile, very shy, and elusive in nature. They are sensitive creatures – a major reason why they do not do well in captivity. Quite a number of pangolins rescued from the illegal wildlife market by the Pangolin Conservation […]
Pangolins provide the earth with all-natural pest control. They are fantastic tenders of soil. Their presence alongside other organisms and processes within the habitat they live in, is absolutely imperative to continued healthy ecosystem functioning. Pangolins play two basic roles in the ecosystem, these are:•soil caretakers•all-natural pest controllers ✓As soil caretakers, pangolins through their elongated […]
PCWGN is pushing and hopeful that all arms of Government Agencies in Nigeria and stakeholders will work in synergy to stem the tide of illegal wildlife trade in the country.