Plundering, Trade and Cruelty

Vivants ou morts, entiers ou en morceaux, les animaux sauvages sont une marchandise ordinaire à vendre au plus offrant jusqu’à l’extinction de l’espèce. Les réseaux criminels s’enracinent, s’enrichissent et se mondialisent. La faune est traquée pour décorer, habiller, faire bander, guérir, divertir et se nourrir. Un cauchemar. Depuis juillet 2013, Robin des Bois publie « A la Trace », trimestriel unique sur le braconnage et la contrebande de la faune sauvage, sur les risques sanitaire du commerce international et sa cruauté. La disparition progressive de la faune sauvage prive la Terre de ses plus belles couleurs.

(Français) Risques dans le Parc de la Pendjari

14 May 2019

(Français) Risques dans le Parc de la Pendjari

Only in French.

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“On the Trail“ n°22, the defaunation bulletin

29 Nov 2018

“On the Trail“ n°22, the defaunation bulletin
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(Français) Les animaux et la Première Guerre Mondiale

5 Nov 2018

(Français) Les animaux et la Première Guerre Mondiale

Only in French.

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“On the Trail” n°21, the defaunation bulletin

31 Jul 2018

“On the Trail” n°21, the defaunation bulletin

Quarterly information and analysis report on animal poaching and smuggling
792 events from the 1th April to the 30 of June 2018
124 pages, 4,7 Mo

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(Français) Vous aussi, venez au secours des orangs-outans

25 May 2018

(Français) Vous aussi, venez au secours des orangs-outans

Only in French.

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“On the Trail“ n°20, the defaunation bulletin

21 May 2018

“On the Trail“ n°20, the defaunation bulletin
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“On the Trail” n°19

26 Feb 2018

“On the Trail” n°19
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“On the Trail” n°18

24 Nov 2017

“On the Trail” n°18

“On the Trail” n°18
Quarterly information and analysis bulletin on animal poaching and smuggling
748 events. July 1 to September 30, 2017
124 pages illustrated
pdf – 4.3 Mo
Original in French

KO and Ciao abalones (Haliotis spp.) – p.5
On August 7, the South African Department of Fisheries discontinued the granting of fishing licenses. Abalone catching falls into the hands of Cape Town gangs and the Chinese mafia. On the local marketplace, the price per kg has hit $400 US. It was $40 US in 2008. Violence and corruption are almost alone to flank the exploitation and then smuggling of the marine gastropods. Even the farms are looted.
The European Union, and in particular France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, and the United Kingdom, would be well-advised to carefully examine this black market, which started originally from recreational and subsistence fishing. They can learn from this example, in order to prevent the extinction of abalone and other rocks and tidal flats dependent species.

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“On the Trail” n°17

1 Aug 2017

“On the Trail” n°17
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“On the Trail” n°16

19 May 2017

“On the Trail” n°16

“On the Trail” n°16, information and analysis bulletin on animal poaching and smuggling
697 events from the 1st January to the 31 of March 2017
116 illustrated pages

De-Frog Us- Pages 25 to 26
For the French stakeholders at international conventions concerning the protection of whales, wetlands and endangered animal species, the question regarding the addiction to frog legs always comes up. Even at the end of the world, it always returns to us like a boomerang. The frozen frog legs sold in Picard, the French supermarkets specializing in frozen foods, come from Indonesia under a misnomer and the French State, under the direction of the prefect of Franche-Comté, the froggiest region in France, authorizes the capture of two million frogs each year.

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