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Found 6 results

  1. Here is the last SCF communication release, which stresses on an addax survey in Tim Touma desert in Eastern Niger where addax main population crashed down in the last years, and on the scimitar horned oryx reintroduction project in OROA, Chad. https://www.saharaconservation.org/sites/default/files/2017-07/Sandscript-21_0.pdf
  2. On SCF Facebook account, it can be seen the first pictures of scimitar-horned oryx reintroduced in Chad. https://www.facebook.com/SaharaCF/?fref=ts More news to come soon... I am trying since a while to get an interview from John Newby, who is the current director of the SCG association who played a considerable role in this project.
  3. Here is the last newsletter from SCF (Sahara Conservation Fund), from may 2015: http://www.saharaconservation.org/IMG/pdf/Sandscript_17_Spring_2015_Standard_2.pdf
  4. The Saharan Consvervation Fund conducted one survey in Termit in Eastern Niger to monitor the addax, one species which were particularly targeted last year by poachers. The news are depressing. After 3200 km of aerial survey and 700 km of ground surveys, they have only be able to find 3 animals. Termit was the last strongholg for this critically endangered species. If confirmed, no population are now viable. @Wenchy: did you manage to organize your trip in Niger? You could eventually contact SVSTchad, I understand they provide assistance and logistics in Niger for SCF too. Posted on SCF Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SaharaCF/photos/a.268385883221415.64437.156636761062995/1105275166199145/?type=3&theater
  5. Here is a report submitted at the 2015 SSIG conference, concerning wildlife state in the Air and Tenere National Reserve in Northern Niger. http://www.saharaconservation.org/IMG/pdf/SSIG_RNNAT_Hamissou.pdf
  6. I find this survey report led by SCF supported by African Parks (APN), in the Manga region of Chad. Located North to Lake Chad, close to the frontier with Niger, it is one of the last stronghold for dama gazelle. http://www.saharaconservation.org/IMG/pdf/SSIG_Manga-Dama_Wacher.pdf

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