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Sabah Wildlife Department

For other uses of Sabah, see Sabah (disambiguation).

Sabah Wildlife Department, a local wildlife authority under Sabah's state Ministry for Tourism Development, Environment, Science and Technology, enforces the "Wildlife Conservation Enactment 1997" for the proper regulation, use, protection, conservation and management of wildlife, caves and wildlife areas in Sabah. Headquartered in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, jurisdiction is spread amongst district offices:[1]

The Department is responsible for:[2]

  • Farming
  • Filming
  • Guides
  • Honorary Wildlife Wardens
  • Licensure
  • Publications
  • Research management
  • Tour operators
  • Trade
  • Zoos

References

Further reading

  • Sabah. Crocodile Management in Sabah ; Handbook for Crocodile Survey and Monitoring. Sabah, Malaysia: Sabah Wildlife, 2002.
  • Sabah. The Journal of Wildlife Management and Research Sabah. Sabah, Malaysia: Sabah Wildlife Dept, 1997.

External links

  • Official website
  • Wildlife Conservation Enactment (No. 6 of 1997)- Parts and Sections


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