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Joint Patrol with Rangers From Gunung Leuser N.P at Bukit Mas Village (June 12, 2020)
Posted on 17:10 June 18th, 2020

A joint team consist of three Rangers from Gunung Leuser N.P Resort Sei Betung and two Field staffs from Scorpion Foundation carry out a joint patrol activity to monitor ilegal hunting of protected wildlife on Bukit Mas Village, Besitang Sub-disctrict of North Sumatra. The team found footprint of tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) on chili plantation of local community, then preventive efforts have been done by team.


Footprints of sumatran tiger around chili plantation of local community


Picture of joint patrol activity :








While Field staff of Scorpion Foundation how to operate one of tools for human-tiger conflict resolution to local villager




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