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The Stray Animal City: Istanbul
19th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

We're proud to share our volunteer Sara's take on living in harmony with community animals! Read on of a nation's compassion: http://sarastake.com/the-stray-animal-city-istanbu l/?fbclid=IwAR1vJp3_FkLZFJ0TyPu1ZyTxkDhzHTVcS-3gME IsV1EQdOvEp_rWJIFydhY

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Updates On 16th Feb 2019
16th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

CELEBRATING WORLD WILDLIFE DAY It is easy to miss the rich biodiversity of flora and fauna that surrounds you when you visit parks. Fret not because on World Wildlife Day, ACRES brings you the expertise and experience of a professional wild critter walk guide, Andrew Tay to guide your nature walks through two parks in Singapore, over three different times within the day! Take your pick, sign up here: bit.ly/2Syt3yT #DoOneThingToday #WWD #WorldWildlifeDay #ACRES

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Updates On 15th Feb 2019
15th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

Next Sunday, 24th February, is the day we will showcase our work and you get to ask us any questions relating to wild animals and get involved in animal protection. Register now and make a positive difference: https://www.facebook.com/events/723454744677058/

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Timeline Photos
14th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

Happy Valentine's Day! #RockPigeon #AnimalSentience #AnimalsMatterT oMe #ACRES #BeAnimalConscious

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SNAKES ARE DANGEROUS – Rajkumar Sandrasegeran – Medium
13th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

A well-written piece by Rajkumar Sandrasegeran, bringing out the essence of the pythons in Singapore. Read it here! https://medium.com/@rajkumarsandrasegeran/snakes-a re-dangerous-d71f6eca109

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SNAKES ARE DANGEROUS – Rajkumar Sandrasegeran – Medium
13th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

A well-written piece by @rajkumarsandrasegeran, bringing out the essence of the pythons in Singapore. Read it here! https://medium.com/@rajkumarsandrasegeran/snakes-a re-dangerous-d71f6eca109

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Updates On 11th Feb 2019
11th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

[WILDLIFE RESCUE VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT] Help Singapore's native wildlife, both the common and uncommon wild animals who may be injured, orphaned or displaced. You'll also be trained to raise much-needed awareness for the human-wildlife conflicts and handle animals rescued from the exotic and illegal pet trade. For details and registration, click here --> https://bit.ly/2U1O1lS Date: 16 February 2019 (this Saturday) Time: 10:00am – 5:00pm Venue: ACRES (91 Jalan Lekar, Singapore 698917) Progr...

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Updates On 10th Feb 2019
10th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

BOARD MEMBER NEEDED Join us to strengthen our animal protection efforts and be a voice for the animals. Help oversee our animal protection programmes, our finances, budgets, and play an active role in the work we do and fundraising. Please email your interest and resume to anbu@acres.org.sg by 28th February, 2019.

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Updates On 5th Feb 2019
5th Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

猪福满满 Happy Prosperous New Year of the Pig, everyone! Kick off the lunar year by helping these not-so-little critters with simple, kind gestures. 1. Don't feed them! Remember oranges are only for humans, not for pigs. Don't feed wildlife. 2. Reduce your consumption. Better still, keep them off your plates! 3. Drive with caution in areas where wild pigs are commonly sighted to avoid accidents. From all of us at ACRES, we wish each and every one of you good health and lasting pros...

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Updates On 3rd Feb 2019
3rd Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

"OWL BE BAACK" Broadway, the sunda scops owl, was found by a student just outside the campus of Nanyang Technological University. The owl was apparently in the same spot for two days looking weak and dehydrated. After being examined at the ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre, it can be presumed that Broadway may have been previously kept as a pet or hand reared and then released. After a week of treatment, she is looking much much better now. With rehabilitation in the works, we hope to return Broad...

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TWEETY THE LOST ORIOLE REUNITES WITH MOM!!
2nd Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

[WE'RE HIRING] Wildlife Rescue Officer Tweety needed some help to be reunited with her family. As a wildlife rescue officer, you will be trained to help wild animals in Singapore in more ways than one: handling a wild animal in distress, orphaned, or simply raising critical awareness for an animal caught in the human-wildlife conflict. If you want to speak up for animals and push forth the animal protection movement with us, send us your resume to the email provided in our website: https://acr...

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Updates On 1st Feb 2019
1st Feb 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

ACRES share Anticimex Singapore concerns about public safety and it is for that reason that wild animals need to be handled appropriately. Mishandling will endanger public safety, the safety of the workers handling the animals and also compromise animal welfare. If handled properly, there would not be a need to use excessive force or step on the animal and the animal handler would also not get injured. If there was a concern about public safety, the area should also have been properly cordoned...

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Updates On 27th Jan 2019
27th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

CONTRIBUTE DIRECTLY TO THE ANIMALS You may have read about our Facebook posts on cruelty to wildlife or of the illegal pet trade. Find out what we are doing about it and get involved as an ACRES volunteer with two of our workshops. Don’t forget to invite your animal-lover friends to register too: https://bit.ly/2D56l8e #ACRESWildlifeRescueCentre #SupportersGetTogether #EndWildlifeTrade #SgVolunteer

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WTF (HOOK)
25th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

[AARGH!] It's at it again. Help animals by disposing discarded or abandoned hooks, nets and lines into covered trash bin. Please support our wildlife rescue work and make a donation at www.acres.org.sg/donate-now/ #RedEaredSlider #SentientBeing #ACRES #EndAnimalCruelty

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Updates On 24th Jan 2019
24th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

SUPPORTERS GET-TOGETHER It’s exactly a month away and we can’t wait to meet you again on 24th February! Bring your friends and family along because they too can get involved as our community outreach volunteer by attending one of our two workshops training (details in the link below). Ps, lunch is provided, just pay as you please! Register at https://bit.ly/2D56l8e If you’re done with the registration, perhaps you could contribute to our wish list tick off our wish-list items here: ht...

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Updates On 21st Jan 2019
21st Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

Seth the reticulated python was out hunting, and being the opportunistic hunter that they are, he locked in on a stray cat, constricted the feline, and was ready to consume the carcass. At this point, he was attacked by a human who threw a drain cover on him. Seth sustained a minor fracture, but it would have hurt- just like any other fracture. And being a sentient being, he would have suffered. Many of you may find that Seth got what he deserved- especially when you think it could happen to yo...

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21st Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

[REGISTER] https://bit.ly/2D56l8e [SPLIT WORKSHOPS] $15 per attendee 1. Outreach Volunteer Training: to empower individuals and man our weekend public roadshows, give talks to groups, and conduct tours at the ACRES Wildlife Rescue Centre. 2. Community Wildlife Rescue Volunteer Training: volunteers will be activated to assist our 24-hour wildlife rescue team and attend to non-emergency wildlife rescue cases near you. (Payment will be collected at the event itself via cash, eNets QR code, or Pa...

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Black Bittern Rescued And Released By ACRES!
20th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

[WILDLIFE RESCUE VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT] Representing the ACRES wildlife rescue team is all about helping and speaking up for both the common and uncommon wild animals in Singapore who may be injured, orphaned or displaced. From mynas and cobras to migrating birds and pangolins, all of whom we hold in equal importance, require much-needed awareness for the human-wildlife conflicts and protection. Additionally, you will also be trained to handle animals rescued from the exotic and illegal pet ...

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Updates On 18th Jan 2019
18th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

SUPPORTERS GET-TOGETHER 2019 There is a lot to be done in Singapore for the animals today. Here is an opportunity for you to be an insider and do your part by joining us at our Get-Together. Bring your friends too!

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Mount Pleasant Veterinary Group
18th Jan 2019, by Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES)

Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Centre - Clementi is hosting a Charity Craft & Bake Sale tomorrow! Drop in to support the cause. We'll be seeing you there! #HuatAh

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