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Organizations relating to Wild

Eurosafe / Holmfirth, UK / Est. 1988
International Association of Wildland Fire / Missoula MT, USA / Est. 1991
Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 1989
Memorandum of Understanding Concerning Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of the Saiga Antelope - Saiga Tatarica Tatarica / Bonn, Germany / Est. 2005
International Rhododendron Conference
International Aviation Fire Protection Association / Thatcham, UK / Est. 2000
European Association for Passive Fire Protection / Bordon, UK / Est. 1988
International Wader Study Group / Thetford, UK / Est. 1970
African Love Bird Society / Washingtonville NY, USA / Est. 1976
BirdLife International / Cambridge, UK / Est. 1922
International Brotherhood of Firemen and Oilers / Est. 1898
Raptor Research Foundation / Olympia WA, USA / Est. 1966
European Foundation Il Nibbio / Milan, Italy / Est. 1988
European Association of Zoos and Aquaria / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1988
European Group of Organisations for Fire Testing, Inspection and Certification / Planzolles, France / Est. 1988
Global Fire Monitoring Centre / Freiburg, Germany / Est. 1998
World Hereford Council / Montevideo, Uruguay / Est. 1951
Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network / Yasu, Japan / Est. 1998
European Fire Service Colleges\' Association / Bucharest, Romania / Est. 1988
African Gamebird Research, Education and Development Trust / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 1990
Memorandum of Understanding Concerning Conservation Measures for the Aquatic Warbler / Bonn, Germany / Est. 2003
International Pig Veterinary Society / Humansdorp, South Africa / Est. 1967
European Alpine Ibex Specialist Group / Turin, Italy / Est. 1988
European Flame Retardants Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
World Congress on Sheep and Cattle Breeding / Nouzilly, France

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World Problems relating to Wild

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened mangrove wetland habitats
Forest fires
Uncontrolled dogs
Threatened dwarf-shrubland habitats
Threatened peatland habitats
Threatened tropical humid forest biome
Threatened taiga forest habitats
Natural environment degradation
Pesticide hazards to wildlife
Extermination of wild animals
Accumulation of pollutants in marine wildlife
Threatened reservoir habitats
Threatened marine or estuarine habitats with rooted vascular beds
Threatened xeromorphic dwarf-shrubland habitats
Threatened broad-leaved deciduous woodland habitats
Threatened coastal aquatic habitats with algal beds
Threatened littoral habitats of freshwater lakes
Threatened limentic habitats of lakes and reservoirs
Threatened xeromorphic shrubland habitats
Threatened habitats of wastewater treatment areas
Destructive wildlife
Threatened woodland habitats
Threatened shrubland habitats
Threatened salt marsh habitats
Hybridization of wild animal species

Action Strategies relating to Wild

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting mountain habitats
Preserving wilderness
Conserving vulnerable vegetable germplasm
Conserving habitats
Restoring wildlife habitats
Learning from the wild
Creating wildlife habitats
Preventing species extinctions
Using wildlife habitats
Improving wild animal management
Managing wild renewable resources through local communities
Conserving wildlife
Protecting birds
Conserving wildlife habitat
Networking zoos
Managing captive animal collections
Conserving desert habitats
Conserving bamboos
Conserving wild animals through hunting
Protecting migratory species
Protecting wildlife refugia
Developing business opportunities to conserve wild species
Protecting temporal wilderness
Enriching cultivated plant's genetic diversity with wild relatives
Maintaining wild fauna and flora populations

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