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INTERVIEW: AFRICA NEEDS HUNTING
Source: PIRSCH Jagdmagazin 8/2016

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Rolf_English.pdf
(1622 KB)


Interview: Afrika braucht die Jagd
Aus PIRSCH 8/2016

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44_47_PI_08_2016_PIR.pdf
(8700 KB)


Korruption tötet Elefanten!
Quelle: Halali

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HALALI_1-2016_Wilderei.pdf
(166 KB)


Sustainable Use and Nature Conservation
Source: Hunter's Path

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Conservation.pdf
(1793 KB)


External video:
EU TV Brussels: Interview on wildlife trafficking and
organized crime, May 12th, 2015


External document:
Poaching in Africa: Farewell to
the Elephant and the Rhino?


External Link:
Le braconnage en Afrique: Un adieu à l’éléphant
et au rhinocéros?


Was rettet Afrikas Wildtiere?"
in HABARI/Schweiz

Download HABARI 2-14.pdf
(2046 KB)


Grambow Aktuell,
September 2014

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(3206 KB)


Nachhaltigkeit, Hege und Naturschutz
Quelle: Neue Neudammerin II/2014

Download Neudammerin_02-2014_Artikel-Baldus.pdf
(256 KB)


External Link:
Wohlstands-Humbug killt Nashörner




Dr. Baldus, R. D., Hahn, R. (2009): The Selous – Niassa Wildlife Corridor in Tanzania: Biodiversity Conservation from the Grassroots. Practical Experiences and Lessons from Integrating Local Communities into Trans-boundary Natural Resources Management. Joint publication of FAO and CIC. Budapest. 48 pp.
Download Technical_series_6.pdf




Dr. Baldus, R. D. (2009): A Practical Summary of Experiences after Three Decades of Community-based Wildlife Conservation in Africa “What are the Lessons Learnt?”. Joint publication of FAO and CIC. Budapest. 128 pp.
Download Technical_series_5.pdf


Wilderei
Quelle: Afrika Post 4/2013
Download afrikapost_13-4_S64-67.pdf
(214 KB)


Geißel Wilderei
Aus Jagen Weltweit 5/2013
Download 060_062_Wilderei_JWW_0513_1.pdf
(445 KB)


External Link:
Practical CBNRM tools



Interview Liberal
Rezension durch Prof. Charles B. Blankart
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Baldus liberal Verlag.pdf (90 KB)


Lessons Learnt: Community Based Wildlife-Conservation in Africa
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CITES, ivory and poaching
Source: African Indaba January 2010
Download Baldus_2009_Poaching_TZ.pdf (339 KB)


CITES und Elfenbein 2010
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von "Jagen Weltweit"
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DSE Wildlife Seminar 1964
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Braucht Afrika die Jagd?
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von "Jagdzeit International"
Download Jagdzeit_Baldus.pdf (1.404 KB)


EU on Zimbabwe's Wildlife
Download Zimbabwe environment under serious threat.pdf (408 KB)


External Link:
Practical CBNRM tools

Grossraubwild in Deutschland
Was tun mit Luchs, Wolf und Bär?

Download WuH_Grossraubwild.pdf (4.565 KB)

Unterstützung von Förderprogrammen zur Erhaltung des Wisents
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(131 KB)

CITES Sansibar
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Was haben Elefanten mit Oekonomie und
Selbsthilfeorganisationen zu tun?

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Lion Conservation in Tanzania Leads to Serious Human - Lion Conflicts
With a Case Study of a Man-Eating Lion Killing 35 People

Download nr_41.pdf (1.100 KB)

Phylogenetische Differenzierung von Subpopulationen der Rappenantilope (Hippotragus Niger) in Ostafrika (with an English summary)
Download nr_25.pdf (335 KB)

Crop Damage and Non Lethal Deterrents
for Crop protection

Download nr_24.pdf (273 KB)

African Wildlife:
Must It Be Subsidized?

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(63 KB)

5th International Wildlife Ranching Symposium,
Pretoria March 23rd 2001
Download R_Speech.pdf (111 KB)

Molekular-forensischer Beitrag zur Überführung eines mutmaßlichen Wilderers: ein Fallbericht
external link

A man-eating lion (Panthera leo) from Tanzania with a toothache
external link

Wildlife in a New Zimbabwe
Download African Indaba Zimbabwe Wildlife Sector.pdf
(199 KB)

Conference on Peace Through Tourism Dar Es Salaam December 11th, 2003
Wildlife Tourism: Can We Increase the Small People’s Share?
Download Wildlife Tourism Benefits.pdf (76 KB)


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