Vietnamese Tiếng Việt | Saturday, May 27, 2017 | Advertise with Us
Text Size

How many doucs live in Son Tra?

At least 1,335 red-shanked doucs are believed to be living on Son Tra Peninsula. But many scientists are doubtful about the figure, which was released in a recent workshop by GreenVet, an NGO. 


Experts: red-shanked douc endangered by Son Tra tourism

The tourism boom in Son Tra peninsula may damage the ecological system and threaten the habitat of the red-shanked douc, considered the symbol of Da Nang City, experts say.


Sơn Trà langurs threatened by resort plan

More than 237 herds of red-shanked douc langurs (Pygathrix nemaeus), comprising over 1,300 individuals, were reported living in the Sơn Trà Nature Reserve in Đà Nẵng.


Cát Bà, a sanctuary for endangered species

With unspoiled beaches, ancient fishing villages, hundreds of serene islands covered with dense greenery and a national park with a diverse range of wild species, the Cát Bà Archipelago is t [ … ]


Illegal hunter convicted for killing endangered langur

The central city’s People’s Court rejected poacher Nguyễn Văn Lý’s appeal of a three-year conviction at a hearing on Monday.


Trapped and maimed: Vietnamese wildlife rescuers share painful journey of trafficked animals

(4 votes, average 2.50 out of 5)

Even after being saved, some pangolins could not survive the critical wounds caused to them.


Largest ever pangolin release takes place in Cuc Phuong park

The Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) and Cuc Phuong National Park released into the wild 93 Java pangolins (Manis javanica), the largest number so far, between April 28 and May 6.


Vietnam works to end bear bile farming

(5 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Over the past decade, Vietnam has made significant progress in ending bear bile farming thanks to efforts from agencies, non-Governmental organisations and the entire community.


53 pangolins released to the wild

(5 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) and Cúc Phương National Park have successfully released 53 Java pangolins (Manis javanica) to the wild.


Ethnic minority, experts in Vietnam work to save indigenous fowl

Ethnic minority farmers and experts in central Vietnam are working to conserve and breed a once-abundant species of indigenous fowl.


Turtle conservation on Con Dao Island

(8 votes, average 3.25 out of 5)

Con Dao Island is currently implementing marine turtle conservation and is home to the largest population of natural sea turtles in Vietnam. Around April to October every year, visitors arri [ … ]


Page 1 of 87

Popular News Categories:

- Asia & Asian  |  EU & Russia  |  America & US

- Facts  |  Urban  |  Faculty  |  Environment

- Business  |  Finance  |  Market Health

- Destination  |  Cuisine  |  Arts Music

- Cinema  |  Soccer  |  Sports  |  IT & Internet

Culture & Tourism:

-> About Vietnam  |  Things To Do

-> Destinations  |  Events Calendar

-> Visa Online  |  Flights & Transport

-> Accomodation  |  Tours & Cruise

-> Find more go to Travel.VN...