We are members of a counter-poaching Green Patrol – Tiger Squad, and, thanks to you, we can protect the beautiful nature on our land, including endangered animal species. We are six men who go out to protect our shared Green Life reservation regularly, and for ten days in a month we march in an extremely strenuous terrain of Gunung Leuser National Park to monitor and protect tigers, elephants, and Sumatran orangutans. Your interest and support keeps us in the terrain and allows us to perform the work which makes sense to all of us.
GET INVOLVED IN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TOO
Come and join us in conservation of tigers, elephants, bears and orangutans on Sumatra. The Green Patrol is an experienced team of six counter-poaching rangers who have been actively discovering poaching and illegal logging in Gunung Leuser National Park since 2016, with a government license since 2017, and who guard the rainforest reservation Green Life.
One of the very important activities in conservation of wilderness and wild animals is disrupting and discovering of poaching and other illegal activities in the wild nature. Every one of us can become a virtual ranger, i.e. a supporter of counter-poaching patrols in the world.
SET UP A STANDING ORDER
COME AS A VOLUNTEER
SUPPORT US BY STANDING ORDER OR A SINGLE CONTRIBUTION TO OUR BANK ACCOUNTS
Account Number: 2600885307/2010
Account Number: 21335269
Sort Code: 80-22-60
Bank Of Scotland
Account Number: 2401071589/8330
OR PAYPAL AND SELECT ANTI-POACHING PATROLS
Use of modern technologies for discovering of illegal activities of poaching and logging in national parks and reservations is a part of our main business. This means mainly a use of several types of camera traps, GPS trackers, and drones. Thanks to the camera traps we were able not only to discover the poachers on Sumatra but literally guide them away from poaching and allow them to make a life change by giving them another job, in the counter-poaching patrol for instance. Our long time experience brought us to using the camera traps not only on Sumatra but even in Slovakia for bear monitoring, or in Uganda and Mozambique in Africa for rhino conservation. Our knowledge and experience of monitoring open the door to Congo for gorilla conservation, to Costa Rica or to Nepal. The camera traps are becoming a true help and a technical facility to enable wildlife monitoring and poaching disrupting. We even got the chance to introduce this topic and our monitoring project The Eye of the Earth (Oko Zeme) at a World Ranger Congress IRF in Nepal where we set a corner stone of an international cooperation which is supported also by Czech, Moravian, and Slovak schools through a project NEPZ (The Richest Ecosystems of Planet Earth).