Heroes for the Wild | Kyle Obermann

Jan 14 , 2022 | Social Good

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China’s one million rangers provide crucial educational bridges between leaders and locals, protecting the country’s wildlife. Kyle Obermann, Nature Contributor for The China Current, shares his experience working alongside China’s rangers — those on the frontline in remote natural habitats across the country.


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