. WILDLIFE IN GENERAL
Don't Disturb. Respect wildlife and don't harrass wild animals in their natural setting. Also be very wary of "rescuing" any baby animals. Parents are often nearby watching, and human interference may cause them to abandon their offsrping. If you do find a baby or adult creature in genuine need of rescue, call your local humance society or animal rescue group for advice about dealing with it.
Don't Litter. Improperly discarded trash is not only unattractive, it also kills wildlife. Rodents or insects may crawl into a discarded can looking for an easy meal and become trapped, birds can get plastic six-pack holders or string caught around their beaks or throats, sea animals can mistake plastic bags for tasty jellyfish...Even better, pick up other people's litter whenever possible.
Don't purchase clothing or other products made from animal skins. Although many such products are produced by animals raised in farms (often under horrible conditions), others are illegally poached from the wild. The same is often true of exotic pets, especially birds, reptiles, amphibians, and monkeys.
Recycle. Logging and mining destroy habitat for animals. By recycling, you reduce the need for new logging operations and mines.
HELP AWAR - REVITALIZE THE GIZA ZOO GROUP - WILDLIFE UNIT PROJECT NEW CHIMPS ENCLOSURE IN GIZA ZOO
SUPPORT ESAF MENAW CONFERENCE SCHEDULED 1-3 March, 2010
HELP AND SUPPORT THE WILDLIFE AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS CONDUCTED MONTHLY BY AWAR TAHOO GROUP
contact coordinator of AWAR yahoo group: email@example.com
send email to join AWAR yahoo group, (this is a closed group restricted to members only)
REPORT TO AUTHORITIES - EGYPT'S CONTACTS:
TO REPORT WILDLIFE ABUSE:
EEAA - Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency (EEAA) Ministry of Environment
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
WILDLIFE UNIT: Dr. Ragi Thoma, if not there ask to speak to assistant 35701900 - 35708895 ask who gave permits