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The NCF Management has approved the introduction of new rates for facility usage, while the entry fees remain the same. The new rates took effect on 17th July, 2017. DESCRIPTION NEW APPROVED RATES A. Entry fees into the Nature Reserve Children (1-10 Years) N200 per Person Children (11- 17 Years) N300 per Person Student with valid I.D card N300 per Person Adult N1,000 per Person Group visits {Maximum of 30 people for any events. N25,000 per Group B. Use of Facilities Rotunda (Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays) N200,000 with a refundable deposit of N50,000 out of which *N5,000* is deductible for clean-up (total N250,000) Nature Station N50,000 with a refundable deposit of N20,000 out of which *N5,000* is deductible for clean-up (total N70,000) Boardroom N100,000 with a refundable deposit of N20,000 out of which *N5,000* is deductible for clean-up (total N120,000) LCC Premises N120,000 with a refundable deposit of N30,000 out of which *N5,000* is deductible for clean-up (total N150,000) Rotunda and Premises N400,000 with a refundable deposit of N50,000 out of which *N5,000* is deductible for clean-up (total N450,000) Use of all Facilities (Rotunda, Premises and Nature Station) N700,000 with a refundable deposit of N50,000 out of which*N5,000* is…
Discussing NCF's Effort In Overcoming #Environmental Issues In Nigeria Pt.1- @sunriseCTV @channelstv https://twitter.com/ncfnigeria/status/897404968214433792 Discussing NCF's Effort In Overcoming #Environmental Issues In #Nigeria Pt.2 - @sunriseCTV on @channelstv https://twitter.com/ncfnigeria/status/897406134235144192
24 hours after a stakeholders’ workshop on wildlife trafficking organized by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) in Ogun State, Governor Ibikunle Amosun forwarded to the state House of Assembly a bill for the conservation, reservation and control of forest and wildlife in the state. Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/08/need-vultures-survive-amosun-ncf-others/
Bothered by the nation’s alarmingly diminishing forest resources, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) appears to have taken the gauntlet in the bid to address the somewhat unsavoury development. Read more here: http://www.environewsnigeria.com/ncf-launches-green-recovery-nigeria-restore-dwindling-forest-landscape/ Read more news about Green recovery Nigeria: http://punchng.com/nigeria-fast-losing-its-forest-reserves/
The decline of vultures in Nigeria should be everyone’s concern if we understand and appreciate their importance or contributions to human health and the economy. The decline in the number of vultures is due to many factors. The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) advocacy campaign started during the 2017 Chief S. L. Edu Memorial Lecture with the theme “Decline of Vultures: Consequences to Human Health and the Economy”. Attention is being devoted to vultures because of the alarming rate of their decline. Threats to vulture species are from humans. Vultures today are in dire situation especially outside conservation areas. They are in danger of being poisoned, especially through the deliberate poisoning of carnivores; electrocution by power lines passing through breeding sites, direct persecution and declining food availability. Deliberate poisoning of carnivores is likely the most widespread cause of vulture poisoning. Human persecution of vultures has occurred for centuries and continues unabated. These are all human-induced threats! Vultures play a crucial role to human health and the economy. They keep our environment free of carcasses and waste thereby restricting the spread of diseases such as anthrax and botulism etc. They are of cultural value to the Nigerian communities. They have important eco-tourism…
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