Dogs for conservation
This bracelet is made up of neutral tones of frosted light blue beads, frosted light grey beads and opaque brown beads.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s Guard Dogs for Conservation Project works with dogs to help protect our precious wildlife in a number of different ways.
Scent detection dogs: The EWT has sniffer dogs based at game reserves, airports, and other key locations where illegal trafficking might occur.
Livestock guarding dogs: The EWT has placed more than 120 livestock guarding dogs on farms in important areas, leading to a reduction in livestock losses of up to 95%.
Anti-poaching dogs: The EWT has deployed anti‐poaching dogs, which are trained to track people, find arms and ammunition, and help with the detection of spent cartridges at crime scenes.
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