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Rhinos return to Mozambique after 40 years of extinction

Toronto Sun 04 Jul 2022
JOHANNESBURG — Over four decades after they became extinct locally, rhinos are roaming again the wilds of Mozambique, which is bringing the endangered species from South Africa in efforts to breathe new life into its parks and boost local tourism ... emerging eco-tourism industry.
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WATCH: After 40 years of extinction, rhinos return to Mozambique

Independent online (SA) 04 Jul 2022
Over four decades after they became extinct locally, rhinos are roaming again the wilds of Mozambique, which is bringing the endangered species from South Africa in efforts to breathe new life into its parks and boost local tourism ... Mozambique's wildlife numbers were badly hit by a 15-year civil war that ended in 1992 and by poaching.
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After 40 years of extinction, rhinos return to Mozambique

Reuters 04 Jul 2022
JOHANNESBURG, July 4 (Reuters) - Over four decades after they became extinct locally, rhinos are roaming again the wilds of Mozambique, which is bringing the endangered species from South Africa in efforts to breathe new life into its parks and boost local tourism.
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Slaughter Beach reaches ecotourism enthusiasts

The Dispatch 02 Jul 2022
(AP) — As many Delawareans flock to Rehoboth and Dewey beaches this time of year, one of the state’s lesser-known coastal towns is experiencing revived tourism. For some, Slaughter Beach’s horseshoe crabs, red knots and other wildlife win out over shopping, the boardwalk and nightlife.
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Tiger reserve core areas closed, buffer to remain open from today

The Times of India 01 Jul 2022
While tiger reserves and wildlife sanctuaries will remain closed for three months during the monsoon from July 1, wildlife tourism will remain open in the buffer zone of Tadoba and Pench tiger reserves ... G Guruprasad, deputy director (buffer) of TATR told TOI that tourism from all the 14 entry gates in the buffer zone “will be as usual”.
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Western Migration Mapping efforts seek Congressional funding

The Argus Observer 01 Jul 2022
“Most of them are also harvestable game animals,” he said, “and the harvestable surplus that is produced by migration provides millions of dollars in revenue to the state wildlife agencies that manage those herds, and also billions of dollars in tourism revenue to wildlife viewers.”.
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Why trophy hunting will NOT save Africa's lions – and why the UK ban on ...

The Daily Mail 01 Jul 2022
'Is this due to the effects of trophy hunting, or to very low human population densities, diversified tourism industries and well-resourced wildlife institutions?' ... Certainly, these two countries have a lot of wildlife – but is this due to the effects of trophy hunting, or to very ...
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Watch: Indian state Odisha’s Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik promises direct Dubai-Bhubaneswar flights soon

Gulf News 30 Jun 2022
Dubai. Naveen Patnaik, the Chief Minister of the eastern Indian state of Odisha, today promised direct Dubai-Bhubaneswar flights very soon ... V.K ... Image Credit. Supplied. Subsidies for airlines ... Image Credit ... Ministry approval ... “We are also trying to promote tourism in Odisha, projecting it as a nature-tourism destination and wildlife-tourism destination ... .
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Red Sea Development Co.’s study reveals diversity of habitats as it calls for responsible tourism 

Arab News 29 Jun 2022
“We’re challenging ourselves and others to do better and be better as global pioneers in responsible development and are issuing a call to action for tourism as an industry to step up when it comes to the impact on wildlife and biodiversity,” Pagano added ... The tourism industry ...
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Indian state Odisha’s Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik promises direct Dubai-Bhubaneswar flights soon

Gulf News 29 Jun 2022
Dubai. Naveen Patnaik, the Chief Minister of the eastern Indian state of Odisha, today promised direct Dubai-Bhubaneswar flights very soon ... V.K ... Image Credit. Supplied. Subsidies for airlines ... Image Credit ... Ministry approval ... “We are also trying to promote tourism in Odisha, projecting it as a nature-tourism destination and wildlife-tourism destination ... .
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Trophy hunting will not save Africa's lions – so the UK ban on imports is ...

The Conversation 29 Jun 2022
Certainly, these two countries have a lot of wildlife – but is this due to the effects of trophy hunting, or to very low human population densities, diversified tourism industries and well-resourced wildlife institutions? In Botswana, trophy hunting was banned from 2014 to 2020, ...
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GB presents Rs119bn budget amid funding crisis

Dawn 28 Jun 2022
GILGIT ... He added that Rs174.8 million had been allocated for forests and wildlife, Rs121.7 million for minerals, Rs49.8 million for food and Rs288.5 million for tourism development ... He said it had also been proposed to increase fees on adventure tourism through making registration of hotels, restaurants and camping sites mandatory ... .
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Animals vital to achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Yahoo Daily News 27 Jun 2022
When wildlife habitats are protected, ecosystem services thrive and destructive forces are mitigated ... In direct contrast to poaching and other wildlife exploitation, nature tourism creates economic growth in a sustainable way—focused on productive, inclusive and decent work for all. To Africa alone, 80% of tourism is attributed to wildlife viewing.
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Luxury Travel Market Size to Grow by USD 1.23 Tn | Europe to Contribute to ...

Victoria Advocate 27 Jun 2022
Top luxury travel market participants covered in this report with product offerings are.Indigenous Tourism BC-The company provides luxurious travels related to culinary and wildlife in various destinations across the globe.Classic Journeys-The company provides a comprehensive ...
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Our prime objective is to protect nature: J-K LG

The Siasat Daily 26 Jun 2022
Participation of local community is significant for the protection of biodiversity, wildlife conservation in an effective manner, promotion of nature tourism and wildlife tourism which provides employment and livelihood opportunities to local people, Sinha said.

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