The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund has awarded 680 grants for this species type, constituting a total donation of $6,997,079.
Assessing structural connectivity of a Biological Corridor for enabling safe movement of tigers between National Parks in Bhutan.
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Status and Conservation of the Endangered Baer’s Wood Mouse (Hylomyscus baeri) in Ghana.
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Increasing local awareness, environmental stewardship and empowerment of local people for the conservation of the endangered Chacoan Peccary in Argentina
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The Giant thicket rat is endemic to Mt. Kenya ecosystem. The species is assessed as Endangered (EN) because its extent of occurrence (EOO) is approximately 1,913 km², all individuals are in a single location, and there is continuing decline in the extent and quality of its forest habitat. The Mt. Kenya ecosystem is an Important Bird Area (IBA) & UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Distribution, density, hunting practices, trade dynamics and understanding threats associated with pangolins in Mbam and Djerem national park centre,Cameroon
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Behavioral ecology of the last remaining mixed-species group of the white-thighed colobus (Colobus velelrosus) and the mona monkey (Cercopithecus mona) in Kikélé Sacred Forest and community development through bee-keeping and reforestation program
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The project will contribute to the knowledge of actual number and distribution of Pallas's cat in Kyrgyzstan and become a base for the species monitoring in the country. We plan to summarize the existent data on species as well as to abtain new data. The important is to union efforts of wildlife reseachers (particularly snow leopard researchers) in Pallas's cat conservation.
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The Otomys barbouri is classified as endangered on the IUCN list of threatened species owing to habitat destruction. With increasing tourist activities, vegetation is predisposed to further degradation which may make the habitat unsuitable for the species. This project is therefore aimed at determining the influence of tourist activities on the population and distribution of Otomys barbouri in the Afro-alpine grasslands of Mt Elgon.
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Analysing the home ranging behaviour of reintroduced Orang-utans in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.
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