Ranger Federation Of Asia
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A peek into the lives of Rangers

The Ranger Federation of Asia (RFA) was launched on 31st July 2013, with the objective to help, support, connect and motivate rangers in Asia. There are now more than 1,700 rangers from 11 countries who are members. Several conservation groups such as WWF, Nature’s Frontline, PAMS Foundation, KWCI and Wildlife 1 Conservancy support the RFA, […]

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The Son of Poacher who Become a Ranger

Written by: Jampel Lhendup (Forester, Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan) As a son of poacher, I grew up with wildlife products. I accompanied my father when he went hunting from the age of five, where he taught me how to identify different tracks and signs of wildlife, and how to set snares and traps. He […]

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Am I where I want to be?

~ Sangay Tenzin, Ranger, Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan I was born at the base of the Masagang mountain where scattered settlement inhabits the interior virgin forest of Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Park, Bhutan. I am the third youngest of ten siblings; our father was a subsistence farmer. Throughout my early years, the surrounding atmosphere […]

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RFA and Nature’s Frontline join forces to help rangers in Asia

After in-depth discussion, RFA and Nature’s Frontline have agreed to collaborate and will be working together to bring more ranger’s stories from remote Asian parks to the outside world. This initiative is under the umbrella of United for Rangers, a coalition of ranger organisations. Nature’s Frontline is a UK based NGO that strives to raise […]