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Giraffes of Niger

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Abstract: Thirty years ago, giraffes were found all over the sudano-sahelian area, from Mauritania to Chad. Over the last 20 years, due to loss of habitat and poaching, giraffe populations have decreased. In Niger...

Author(s): Elhadj Ide Nianoou, Amadou Ojibo Souleymane, Hassimi Hassan Oiallo & Hubert Boulet
Year: 2000
Journal: Unknown
Page Numbers: 1-4
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A survey of wildlife populations at Wassaniya forest reserve in Sokoto State, Nigeria

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Abstract: A survey of wildlife populations was conducted between May to September 2009, at Wassaniya forest reserve between Tangaza and Gudu Local Government Areas of Sokoto State, Nigeria. The study area was purposively...

Author(s): Atiku M., A. A. Malami, A. Y. Abare and R. Anokye
Year: 2014
Journal: International Journal of Advance Agricultural Research
Page Numbers: 112-115
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Giraffa camelopardalis ssp. peralta, Niger Giraffe

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Abstract: The IUCN Red List is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s biodiversity. Far more than a list of species and their status, it is a powerful tool to inform and catalyse action for biodiversity...

Author(s): J. Fennessy & D. Brown
Year: 2008
Journal: The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Page Numbers: 1-6
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The last African white giraffes live in farmers’ fields

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Abstract: The giraffe population (Giraffa camelopardalis) in Niger is the last representative of the peralta sub-species which lived throughout West Africa at the beginning of the twentieth century. Protected since...

Author(s): Romain Leroy, Marie-Noël de Visscher, Oudou Halidou and Amadou Boureima
Year: 2009
Journal: Biodiversity and Conservation
Page Numbers: 2663–2677
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Giraffe south of the Niger-Benue river system

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Abstract: Although giraffes have been seen occasionally south of the Niger river, there is no evidence that permanent populations occur in this area) and presumably the giraffes either die or return to the northern...

Author(s): David Happold
Year: 1978
Journal: Zeitschrift für Saugetierkunde
Page Numbers: 239-242
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The Mammals of Nigeria

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Abstract: Distribution: scattered localities in northern Guinea, Sudan, and Sahel savanna zones; not recorded south of the Niger-Benue rivers in Nigeria (Happold 1969, 1978b) (Map 98). Localities: Benue-Pai river...

Author(s): D. C. D. Happold
Year: 1987
Journal: The Mammals of Nigeria
Page Numbers: 208-209, 371
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Complementary management of wildlife and livestock in West Africa - Utopia or development perspective?

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Abstract: Income from game viewing and trophy hunting is increasing in eastern and southern areas, game populations are increasing in some countries and programmes like CAMPFIRE have shown the potentials for local...

Author(s): Wolfgang Bayer, Isabelle Ciofolo and Annette von Lossau
Year: 0000
Journal: Not specified
Page Numbers: 1-6
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Charting a course for giraffe conservation

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Abstract: Letter reporting on the July 2011 indaba at Etosha Safari Lodge, Namibia Giraffe: The Forgotten Megafauna convened by GCF. Keywords: giraffe conservation, giraffe research, relocation, giraffe species,...

Author(s): Andy Tutchings
Year: 2011
Journal: The Explorers Journal
Page Numbers: 2-3
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Complementary Management of Wildlife and Livestock in West Africa -- Utopia or Development Perspective?

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Abstract: Income from game viewing and trophy hunting is increasing in eastern and southern areas, game populations are increasing in some countries and programmes like CAMPFIRE have shown the potentials for local...

Author(s): Wolfgang Bayer, Isabelle Ciofolo, Annette von Lossau
Year: 2004
Journal: Tropen Tag Kassel 2004
Page Numbers: 1-6
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Giraffes (Giraffa camelopardalis peralta) of Niger

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Abstract: Thirty years ago giraffes were found all over the Sudano-Sahelian area, from Mauritania to Chad. Over the last 20 years, due to loss of habitat and poaching, giraffe populations have decreased. In Niger...

Author(s): Hubert Boulet, El Hadj Idé Niandou, Moussa Alou, Dominique Dulieu and Bertrand Chardonnet
Year: 2004
Journal: Antelope Survey Update 9, IUCN/SSC Antelope Specialist group report
Page Numbers: 36–39