07-06-2010 - San Martin Titi Monkey
The goal of the peruvian NGO Proyecto Mono Tocón is to protect the endemic and critically endangered San Martin Titi Monkey (Callicebus oenanthe). Additional research and conservation activities are being developped for other peruvian primate species.
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07-06-2010 - Pygmy hippopotamus
The University of Georgia pygmy hippo project aims to assess the conservation biology of this species in the Moa River region of Sierra Leone. We are assessing distribution, abundance, and basic life history using a variety of field techniques. Our team is also undertaking environmental education programs and collaborating with others studying pygmy hippos.
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06-06-2010 - Andean cat
We contributed to build the Laboratory of Parasitology in the Bolivian Collection of Fauna, by equipping it with laboratory and computer equipment to conduct parasitology analysis, diet estimation and establishing a data base. Our major goal is to establish a Program for studying the trophic and parasitic relationships between high Andean carnivores and their rodent prey, aiming the conservation of the Andean cat and its habitat.
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06-06-2010 - Sumatran rhino
The Sumatran rhino is Critically Endangered; less than 200 individuals remain in the wild. The International Rhino Foundation operates Rhino Protection Units, elite four-person anti-poaching teams, in two of the three main habitats left for Sumatran rhinos. These units, called RPUs, patrol national parks, monitoring rhinos, tigers, elephants and other threatened species, removing snares and traps, and apprehending poachers and encroachers.
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06-06-2010 - Southeastern mountain Taeromys
The goal of this project is to provide all the necessary information for re-evaluating the conservation status of four target mammalian species (Taeromys arcuatus; Taeromys microbullatus Maxomys dollmanni, Rattus salocco) currently listed as Data Deficient by the IUCN and that are believed to inhabit the Eastern part of the Island. https://sites.google.com/site/alessiomortelliti/
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06-06-2010 - White-lipped peccary
The project evaluates how the ecology and movements of the threatened white-lipped peccaries are being affected by fragmentation of habitats in the Pantanal’s plateau and floodplain regions. By comparing high and low cattle-impacted sites, we will identify biodiversity losses, identify ecological corridors between the Pantanal highlands and basin, and promote sustainable cattle ranching practices to prevent further deforestation.
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02-03-2010 - Nigerian Chimpanzee
The aim of the Nigerian Montane Forest Project is to :
combine scientific research with education at both tertiary and
local community level in order to develop long term sustainable
management of Nigeria’s montane forests.
We achieve this through the running of an ecological research station which attracts national and international researchers and is run largely through the local community.
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23-02-2010 - Bornean Orang-utan
The Kinabatangan Orang-utan Conservation Program, located in Sabah (Malaysian Borneo)intends to identify ways for peaceful cohabitation between people, orang-utans, elephants and other wildlife living in the Kinabatangan floodplain. We work with local communities to ensure the long-term survival of these unique species of wildlife.
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18-02-2010 - Azuero Howling Monkey
The Fundación Pro-Conservación de los Primates Panameños (FCPP) started in 2001 the first long-term primates population study to obtain ecological information of Ateles geoffroyi azuerensis, Alouatta coibensis coibensis and Alouatta coibensis trabeata. This is the first ever recorded data to calculate their total population and their actual conservation status. Environmental education practices are operating in Azuero Peninsula to help them ...
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16-02-2010 - Asian Elephant
The Valparai plateau, a 220 km² tea and coffee plantation-forest landscape, is crucial for elephants and people. With support from MBZ, partner organizations such as Elephant Family, and stakeholders, early warning systems were initiated to convey elephant information through TV, bulk SMS, and installation of light indicators in critical localities which resulted in decline in incidence of conflicts over years and helped foster human-elephant ...
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