Namibia Crane Working Group

Title

Namibia Crane Working Group

Description

Due to growing concerns regarding the continued survival of cranes, the Namibia Crane Working Group (NCWG) was established at a workshop in Etosha in May 2004 under the joint auspices of the Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF), the Ministry of Wildlife and Tourism (MET) and the African Wattled Crane Programme of the International Crane Foundation (AWAC). A Namibia Crane Action Plan was drawn up in consultation with representatives from five crane areas, namely Etosha, North Central, Kavango, Caprivi and Bushmanland. NCWG mission is to conserve cranes and their habitats in partnership with the people who share these habitats.

Creator

Namibia Crane Working Group

Date

2004

Source

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Relation

Publisher

Namibia Crane Working Group

Contributor

Namibia Crane Working Group

Format

Medium: Poster

Language

English

Type

Conservation

Identifier

Cranes, Namibia, Conservation, Animals, Habitats

Coverage

Namibia

Files

https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3634/3556282238_1333e15c56_b.jpg

Reference

Namibia Crane Working Group, Namibia Crane Working Group, Namibia Crane Working Group, 2004

Cite As

Namibia Crane Working Group, “Namibia Crane Working Group,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed January 21, 2022, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/213.