Click on picture of Borneo to enlarge to see the change in Orangutan population from 1930 – 2004.
Bobcats are opportunistic predators, feeding on poultry, sheep, goats, house cats, and game animals.
By controlling the bobcat population on your property, wild turkey poults and deer fawns will have a much better chance of survival.
Raising awareness is essential for the survival of some of the world's 'forgotten species'. The Asian wild dog or Dhole (Cuon alpinus) is a beautiful, large member of the Canidae family. Find out more about this and other forgotten species on the website of the Photographers for Conservation, who have also provided EOCA with many of the wonderful wildlife images on this website. If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below.
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If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the EOCA website. Please view our Cookie & Privacy Policy for more information about the cookies we use, and for information on how to disable cookies in your browser. Upland game birds, such as quail and grouse, will also have much better nesting success rates if bobcat populations are controlled by trapping. The dhole is found in a variety of vegetation types in Tibet, Vietnam, Bhutan, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia and India. If you are currently in the UK, additional rules have been implemented regarding how we use cookies and what type of cookies we use. Their range is severely fragmented and there are a little more than 2000 individuals left in the wild.
This technique enables them to catch relatively large prey such as sambar deer, chital deer, young gaur and water buffalo. Potential dhole habitat is rapidly being transformed into agricultural land and human settlements.

Many of their prey species are unfortunately also threatened and highly reduced in numbers.
Another problem is disease and pathogens transmitted from a growing number of free-living feral dogs. Relatively little attention has been given to the dhole and few conservation efforts are focused on this species. Historically, many dholes were persecuted through poisoning, trapping, shooting and killing of pups at dens when seen as a threat to livestock.
However, protection of larger predators such as tigers and leopards has been beneficial to the dhole.

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