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Wildlife Protection Volunteer

  


Get involved: join our National Wildlife Protection Network of volunteers!

 

Established in 2008, the ENV National Wildlife Protection Network is one of the biggest volunteer networks in Vietnam with nearly 7,400 participants and 17 clubs (March 2017) across the country. Volunteers are our eyes and ears out in the field, and actively assist ENV to protect wildlife by reporting wildlife crimes, monitoring businesses in their home area, and encouraging others to get involved.


Thanks to our volunteers, many restaurants have stopped selling wildlife, smugglers have been punished, and thousands of animals have been rescued from the trade!

 


WHAT OUR WILDLIFE VOLUNTEERS DO:

 

Report wildlife crimes

 

Call ENV's national toll-free Wildlife Crime Hotline 1800 1522 to report a crime in Vietnam. Examples of violations to report include:

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  • A restaurant advertising wildlife on their menu or on a sign;
  • Bears or other wildlife species in captivity;
  • Animals displayed in cages at a hotel or outside a business;
  • A shipment of wildlife being transported on a bus, train, or airplane;
  • A fisherman keeping a marine turtle;
  • Wild animals or meat for sale at a market.

Help ENV monitor known wildlife trade hotspots


ENV maintains a database of businesses that have a history of selling, displaying, possessing, or advertising wildlife. Many of these businesses are now in compliance with the law; however, frequent checks help us ensure that they remain compliant.

 

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With more public involvement, we can bring an end to wildlife crime in Vietnam. Get others involved!

Support ENV at public events

 

You can also participate in other ENV awareness activities in your area. Active volunteers may wish to become more involved in activities such as increasing local awareness about protecting wildlife or conducting surveys with ENV Wildlife Crime Unit staff.

Volunteers will receive regular email updates including:

 

  • Updates of new laws, copies of the ENV Wildlife Crime Bulletin, and other wildlife trade news.
  • Information about successful cases resulting from the efforts of wildlife volunteers.

 

 

Please send us an email by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if you have any questions.

 

WILDLIFE PROTECTION VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM
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