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My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Dpsychologist: 9:21am On Aug 06, 2020
My Trip to Federal College Of Wildlife Management

Recently i went to a trip to Federal College Of Wildlife Management in New-Bussa, Borgu LGA, Niger State. The aim of the trip was to carryout research on the flora(plants) and fauna(animals) in that area.

The journey from Kaduna to there was close to 8hours, mehn it was exhausting. The road we followed was kinda bad. I lodge at a hotel that day and the next day i resumed for research.

I was given a tour by a Wildlife guard throughout the area, it is not that big. It was then i learned that the Federal College of Wildlife Management, New-Bussa was established in 1978 to train technical and sub-technical staff in the area of Wildlife conservation and management. It has its first intake of students on the 17th March, 1980.

The trainees (Wildlife Guards and Scouts) usually undergo a six month course in Wildlife Conservation and Management. The College gives admission for National and Higher National Diploma.

I was able to snap pictures in the zoo and wildlife museum but i was not allowed to snap the museum of Nigerian National history.

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Dpsychologist: 9:22am On Aug 06, 2020
The Zoo

1. Baboon
The baboon was very aggressive, it nearly grip my cloth
2. Turtle
The turtle is small

3. Giant land Tortoise.
Both Tortoise are 44years old

4. Antelope
The antelope is very shy

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Dpsychologist: 9:38am On Aug 06, 2020
The Nile crocodile

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Dpsychologist: 9:42am On Aug 06, 2020
Museum

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Dpsychologist: 9:44am On Aug 06, 2020
More

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by GIDIBANKZ(m): 12:30pm On Aug 06, 2020
Any update about Edo state
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by ValCon888: 12:31pm On Aug 06, 2020
This place should be called Federal College of Wildlife Mismanagement.

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Queenlovely(f): 12:31pm On Aug 06, 2020
dark web onions

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Kittex7(m): 12:31pm On Aug 06, 2020
Wow. This is typical and basic example of Nigeria we live ooooo. The Zoo is as dry as Nigeria Treasury single account. Mehn the country is doomed already!

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Moh99: 12:31pm On Aug 06, 2020
Fct
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Nobody: 12:32pm On Aug 06, 2020
Those rats can cause Lassa fever

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Slawormir: 12:32pm On Aug 06, 2020
Damnnnnn niggarrr
You want go on such trip you nor fit still carry better phone for snapping

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Andrew13: 12:32pm On Aug 06, 2020
Na wa
See as animal scarce for zoo,Nigerians don chop everything.
See as museum de disorganize

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by PureGoldh(m): 12:32pm On Aug 06, 2020
Na one animal per cage wey dem get....We no get better wildlife reserve in dx country..

Na so we go dey chop chop every animal until they go into extinction in dx part of the world

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Cheatnotagain: 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by TreasureTayo(m): 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
gooooooood
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by AMvanquish: 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
Didn't even know a college like this existed. Thanks for the highlight OP.

But what ministry or agency supervises and fund their activities?

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Oizee(f): 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
Nice one
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by mrkings84(m): 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
Nice tho

But seems anything managed by the white guys is usually more groovy.....


Check out Dean SCHNEIDER's wild pics

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Farki: 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
How did this make the front page? Not a single snake in sight. sad

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by dustydee: 12:33pm On Aug 06, 2020
Dpsychologist:
More
Most of them extent, right?
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by emmabest2000(m): 12:34pm On Aug 06, 2020
there's nothing there to manage

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by omogerohprecious(m): 12:34pm On Aug 06, 2020
There is nothing amazing to write about that place. I was there for a month as an IT student sometime ago

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by WandaMaximoff: 12:34pm On Aug 06, 2020
The exotic animals that should have been kept there has been reduced to fragments in the sewer. From pot to soakaway.
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by Bloghomies(m): 12:34pm On Aug 06, 2020
I feel so bad for these innocent creatures. To be put in cages, coupled with the irritating and unhealthy environment.

They look malnourished and depressed. Look at that crocodile, is that a tear?

I am writing to the American Humane Association this minute for the rescue. This is inhumanity!

Not only do they support animal cruelty, they also hang hideous looking head as awards of wickedness.

That College needs to be closed this minute without delay. God!

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Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by wink2015: 12:35pm On Aug 06, 2020
Dpsychologist:
My Trip to Federal College Of Wildlife Management

Recently i went to a trip to Federal College Of Wildlife Management in New-Bussa, Borgu LGA, Niger State. The aim of the trip was to carryout research on the flora(plants) and fauna(animals) in that area.

The journey from Kaduna to there was close to 8hours, mehn it was exhausting. The road we followed was kinda bad. I lodge at a hotel that day and the next day i resumed for research.

I was given a tour by a Wildlife guard throughout the area, it is not that big. It was then i learned that the Federal College of Wildlife Management, New-Bussa was established in 1978 to train technical and sub-technical staff in the area of Wildlife conservation and management. It has its first intake of students on the 17th March, 1980.

The trainees (Wildlife Guards and Scouts) usually undergo a six month course in Wildlife Conservation and Management. The College gives admission for National and Higher National Diploma.

I was able to snap pictures in the zoo and wildlife museum but i was not allowed to snap the museum of Nigerian National history.

IS THIS NOT A POLYTECHNIC WERE STUDENT STUDY?

We need pictures on the school environ, students etc
Re: My Trip To Federal College Of Wildlife Management, Niger State by loadedvibes: 12:35pm On Aug 06, 2020
Ok.. great

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