• Ghana Wildlife Society, P. O. Box 13252, Accra.
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Efforts needed to protect forests, natural resources

Ghana risks losing huge revenue if efforts are not made at protecting forest reserves and natural resources which are habitats for birds, an ornithologist, Mr. David Daramani, has said. According to him, about 70 per cent of bird species could be found in Ghana and the continuous destruction of the environment was detrimental to their survival..

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Welcome to the world of migratory birds

Accra, May 12, GNA – At the foreign missions each day, it is a usual scene to see a number of Ghanaians in queues for various travelling documents. Admittedly, whiles some people could afford the luxury of holidays, for others it is all about striving for greener pastures. Visa ''wahala'' stories are commonly reported in the newspapers

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Wildlife clubs celebrate World Environment Day on June 5

The Ghana Wildlife Society (GWS) and the Wildlife Clubs of Ghana (WCG), a junior wing of the society, have expressed readiness to celebrate the World Environment Day (WED) in Accra on June 5.

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Ghana WildLIfe Society

Our work is firmly rooted in partnerships, and relies on science that inspires positive conservation actions in collaboration with communities, civil society groups, businesses, universities and the government.

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Ghana Wildlife Society.
P.O. Box 13252,
Accra-Ghana.

(+233) 0302 665197

(+233) 0508 250500

info@ghanawildlifesociety.org

08:00-17:00 GMT, excludes
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