04-01-2012 - Ridley's leaf-nosed bat; Ridley's round-leafed bat
Ridleyâ€™s leaf-nosed bat is one of the most threatened bat species in Southeast Asia, reported from a few undisturbed forests on the Malay peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo. Throughout its range this bat is increasingly threatened by habitat loss. Our goal is to determine whether this species, and 45 other forest-dependent bats, can ultimately persist in forests degraded by logging and isolated by oil palm agriculture.
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04-01-2012 - Pileated gibbon
Cambodia's most prevalent species of wild ape, pileated gibbons are increasingly threatened by poaching, deforestation and the wildlife trade. This project enabled Wildlife Alliance to survey prospective gibbon release sites, receive government approval to release gibbons into the forest surrounding Angkor Wat, select a breeding pair and conduct environmental awareness and educational activities with local communities.
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04-01-2012 - Giant mottled eel
Despite its cultural and commercial importance, the diversity and life history of freshwater eels in the Philippines can be defined as data deficient, and thus need of assessment. This projects aims to provide an insight into the current conservation status of these species in the Northern Philippines region.
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04-01-2012 - Phayre's leaf monkey (Phayre's langur)
This project is mainly focused on the conservation of Asia endemic primate, Phayre's Leaf Monkey (Trachypithecus phayrei). Global population is decreasing due to combination of habitat degradation and hunting pressures. Main objective is to find out threats affecting the survival of Phayre's Leaf Monkey in Myanmar and to provide the management strategies for conservation work.
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26-10-2011 - Javan Hawk Eagle
Locality records of Javan Hawk â€“Eagle (Spizaetus bartelsi) are not only in conservation area but also recorded in non-conservation area. One of the area is on forested area along Pekalongan Regency.
From the survey, the Javan Hawk-Eagle is recorded in four locations are: Jolotigo, Tinalum, Linggoasri and Mendolo. Number populations of JHE in the areas estimated approximately on 9-11 individuals or 3-4 pairs.
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26-10-2011 - Deep water acropora
FFI and partners will conduct review of status, distribution, exploitation and threats of key coral species (IUCN: endangered) within Tejakula sub-district in Bali, Indonesia. We will reaise community awareness in Tejakula of coral conservation particularly among ornamental fishers, with key species as flagships. We will communicate information on key coral species and reef condition to inform Locally Managed Marine Area planning.
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14-07-2011 - Horvath's toad-headed agama
Two species of lizards Phrynocephalus horvathi and Eremias pleskei listed in IUCN Red List as Critically Endangered and one species of tortoises Testuo graeca listed as Vulnerable inhabit ecosystems of the semi-deserts of Ararat Valley which most threatened due to restricted territory and overpopulation. This project is aimed at getting the first-hand knowledge on distribution and abundance these reptiles.
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29-06-2011 - Giant Ibis
Giant Ibis, Thaumatibis gigantea, and White-shouldered Ibis, Pseudibis davisoni, are Critically Endangered species now almost entirely confined to dry forests of north and east Cambodia. The main reason for the decline of these large water bird species is habitat destruction. Saving the species from extinction require more participation from local communities. In Western Siem Pang of Cambodia, BirdLife International Cambodia Programme ...
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27-06-2011 - Siberian, or Amur tigr
Amur tigers and people must find a way to co-exist in the RFE. GPS collar technology enables researchers to gain insights into predator-prey dynamics and help resolve some of these conflicts in a scientific manner. Our research applies this technology to assess energetic demands and kill-rates of ungulate species throughout the year, contributing to conservation of one of the worldâ€™s most threatened and iconic species.
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27-06-2011 - Red-crowned roofed turtle
Turtles are one of the least studied species in Nepal regarding their ecology, habitat, distribution and threats. The conservation of such species largely depends on their occurrence within protected areas or on the importance given at national level. This project aims to assess the status and threats facing Critically Endangered Red-crowned Roofed turtle in an area which connects two protected areas across Nepal and India.
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