2,041Grants to

1,341(Sub)Species

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The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund has awarded 216 grants for this species type, constituting a total donation of $1,619,705.

Amphibian Conservation Case Studies

Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 192520870) - Du Toit's Torrent Frog - Awarded $9,000 on April 28, 2019
28-04-2019 - Du Toit's Torrent Frog

Petropedetes dutoiti is Critically Endangered, known from its type locality on the Kooitobos River in the northeast of Mount Elgon in Kenya; and a site along the Suam River dividing Kenya and Uganda at a base of Mount Elgon. Repeated surveys in and around the type locality have not been successful. This will be an extended survey to further determine the species current status.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 190520667) - Malabar Torrent Toad - Awarded $3,863 on April 28, 2019
28-04-2019 - Malabar Torrent Toad

Understanding the ecology and conservation priorities of the endangered Ghatophryne ornata (Gunther,1876) through research and community participation.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 180516584) - Bleeding Toad - Awarded $3,000 on December 20, 2018
20-12-2018 - Bleeding Toad

Annual Monitoring of Frogs and Toad Community at Mount Slamet, Central Java, Indonesia

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 180518643) - Archey's Frog - Awarded $1,000 on October 02, 2018
02-10-2018 - Archey's Frog

The impact of disturbed habitat on Archey’s frog (Leioplelma archeyi) microhabitat use

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 182518595) - Carvalho's Tree Toad - Awarded $3,900 on October 02, 2018
02-10-2018 - Carvalho's Tree Toad

Are forest-collected bromeliads used by frogs? Integrating field research, citizen science and outreach toward the conservation of bromeliad frogs

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 180518076) - Beautiful Forest Toad - Awarded $2,500 on May 02, 2018
02-05-2018 - Beautiful Forest Toad

With only a handful of sightings, the aptly named Beautiful Forest Toad is as elusive as it is stunning. It's known range is restricted to a very small patch of forest, which has not been properly surveyed by herpetologists in the last decade. To assess its conservation status, we aim to seek it out, on the top of one of Tanzania's Eastern Arc Mountains.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 182517796) - Harlequin toad - Awarded $5,650 on May 02, 2018
02-05-2018 - Harlequin toad

Current Status and monitoring population trends of Harlequin toad (Atelopus mittermeieri) in Santuario de Flora y Fauna Guanentá Alto Río

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 180517572) - Calilegua Marsupial Frog - Awarded $2,500 on May 02, 2018
02-05-2018 - Calilegua Marsupial Frog

This project will implement an ecoacoustic monitoring of endangered frogs in the forest-grassland ecotone of Yungas Andean Forests in Northwestern Argentina. Representing the ecotone of montane grasslands and montane forest of Yungas where moist and cold environmental conditions predominate. This ecotone is located on the tree line of Yungas forest and could act as climatic refugia for endangered and endemic frog species of Calilegua NP.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 180518096) - Giant Southern Salamander - Awarded $2,500 on May 02, 2018
02-05-2018 - Giant Southern Salamander

The lungless salamanders as the Southern Giant Salamander live in humid environments like the cloud forest of the Mixteca region in Oaxaca. Unfortunately, huge areas of forest have been lost or disturbed because of anthropogenic activities as coffee plantations. This project aims to generate knowledge about the ecology of this species in modified and pristine areas to develop a forestry management plan.

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