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  • SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATION OF ILLEGAL TRADE ON WILDWILDLIFE

    SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATION OF ILLEGAL TRADE ON WILDWILDLIFE 1.0 PROTOCOL 2.0 INTRODUCTION I feel greatly honored to have been invited to be the guest lecturer at this year World Environment Day’s Celebration being hosted by the Government of Rivers State through the Federal Ministry of Environment. Thank you very […]

     
  • FAMILIARIZATION VISIT BY THE HON. MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT

    FAMILIARIZATION VISIT BY THE HON. MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT

    A familiarization visit of the Hon. Minister, Mrs Amina J. Mohammed and the Hon. Minister of State, Ibrahim Usman Jibril of the Federal Ministry of Environment to the National Park Service Headquarters, Abuja on 4th January, 2016. Pictorials showing the Hon. Ministers in company of the Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry […]

     
  • Conservation Education Effort

    Conservation Education Effort

    The National Park Service Conservation education unit is charged with the responsibility of influencing people’s attitudes, emotions, knowledge, and behaviours about wildlife and wild places. This is done through the efforts of skilled educators and Park interpreters, who use a variety of techniques, methods, and assessments to reconnect people with […]

     
  • Picture of Support Zone Community members during the awareness campaign meeting @ KLNP

    Picture of Support Zone Community members during the awareness campaign meeting @ KLNP

    Picture of Support Zone Community members during the awareness campaign meeting @ KLNP

     
  • Donation and Planting of Seedlings by the Park to three schools within New Bussa.

    Donation and Planting of Seedlings by the Park to three schools within New Bussa.

     
  • Conservation Education: The National Park Service Conservation education unit is charged with the responsibility of influencing people’s attitudes, emotions, knowledge, and behaviours about wildlife and wild places. This is done through the efforts of skilled educators and Park interpreters, who use a variety of techniques, methods, and assessments to reconnect […]

     
  • Meeting of all Heads of Planning, Research and ICT.

    Meeting of all Heads of Planning, Research and ICT.

    During the Maiden Meeting of Head of Units of Park Planning, Research and I.C.T. Held at Parks Headquarters, Abuja Between 26th -27th of May, 2015, the Conservator-General in his opening remarks, stated as follows; that the meeting was timely and very crucial considering the importance that the Service attached to […]

     
  • Officers & men of the Nigeria National Park Service undergoing training at some military formations in the Country. This is in action towards a formal Commissioning and full take off of the Service Paramilitary Status granted her by His Excellency the President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

    Paramilitary Training

      Officers & men of the Nigeria National Park Service undergoing training at some military formations in the Country. This is in action towards a formal Commissioning and full take off of the Service Paramilitary Status granted her by His Excellency the President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan with effect from […]

     
  • Old Oyo National Park

    Old Oyo National Park

    The Park derives its name from the ruins of Oyo-Ile (Old Oyo) the ancient political capital of Yoruba Empire. The Park is made up of two previous Native Administrative forest Reserves, the Upper Ogun (1936) and Oyo-ile (1941) Forest Reserves. These unique ecosystem and historical relics were converted to Game […]

     
  • Kamuku National Park

    Kamuku National Park

    Kamuku National Park is located in Birnin Gwari, Kaduna State of Nigeria. It is situated between latitudes 10°40’N; Longitudes 6°11’E and 6°36E in the north-central part of Nigeria and it is the closest unit Park Headquarters, Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory. Kamuku National Park was initially by gazette of 1936, […]