Biodiversity Preservation Center
BPC is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), was established in 1996 and has been collaborating with identified communities and programs to stem the ugly trend of forest loss and encourage restoration. Selected communities that still have intact natural forests have been identified and a number of targeted programs put in place with the aim of creating opportunities for the people to fully understand and appreciate the problems resulting from the habitat destruction. On the other hand, the people are empowered to participate in biodiversity preservation and at the same time given the right orientation on how to sustainably utilize NTFPs for their livelihood and economic needs . . . Read More
BPC Nigeria, a national non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization, is dedicated to the protection, regeneration, restoration and preservation of biodiversity in Nigeria and the surrounding regions through field ecological research, conservation education, . . .
Ecological Restoration at BPC Nigeria emerged as a separate project in our Field biologoical research endeavour. It is the scientific study supporting the practice of Restoration ecology, which is the practice of renewing and restoring degraded, damaged, or destroyed ecosystems and habitats in the environment . . .
BPC Nigeria beliefs that WILDLIFE HABITAT MANAGEMENT which involves the manipulation and maintenance of vegetation to yield desired results in terms of habitats suitable for designated wildlife species or groups of species has to be maintained with host community participation . . .
Climate Change Adaptation
There is the overriding poverty of the general population which has caused the highest percentage of people to depend excessively on biodiversity for survival. West Africa is the host to some of the world poorest countries, where people are engaged in the mostly . . .
Field Ecological Survey
Field Ecological surveys identify the habitats and/or species that exist within an area at the time of the survey. Most of our development proposals will have the potential to impact on the local biodiversity of the development site either through the direct loss of habitats, . . .
At BPC Nigeria, we let our audience to know that Conservation is not an abstract or theoretical concept … it’s about our natural environment and the plants, animals and birds that live in our very own backyards, school playgrounds, local parks and reserves as well as the public . . .
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Rescued tortoises from Odukpani Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. These particular species are known to be endangered species as they are very rear to find due to...Read More
Watch this video to see what you never knew about the mongoose. Here in this in this video, prof Edem Eniang talks and emphasizes the conservation of endangered wildlife...Read More