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1,371(Sub)Species

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The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund has awarded $19,505,573 to 2094 conservation projects for all species types with all IUCN classifications throughout the world. Project managers that have decided to publish their projects, are illustrated on the map below.

Rainbow Canyon Frog

The study is aimed to unveil aspects of life history traits of some of the most peculiar amphibians of the Isalo Massif. southern-central Madagascar. In particular, the rainbow frog, Scaphiophryne gottlebei, is much underknown in terms of its biology, since it is fossorial for most of its life. The project includes radiotracking and populations studies, also useful for defining conservation strategies.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925453) - Rainbow Canyon Frog - Awarded $24,500 on July 09, 2009
Project No. 0925453 - Awarded $24,500 on July 09, 2009
Finca Chiblac Salamander

This project works with critically endangered amphibians in one of the most diverse region of amphibians in central america. We found many populations that was undiscovery until the recent time, and now we are trying to promote conservation actions to stablish a regional reserves where this species lives. Some of this areas have the incredible record of 6 meters of rain in a year.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925434) - Finca Chiblac Salamander - Awarded $24,900 on July 08, 2009
Project No. 0925434 - Awarded $24,900 on July 08, 2009
Amur Tiger

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 intends to apply this technology to assess kill rates on ungulate species throughout the year, contributing to conservation of one of the world’s most threatened and iconic species.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925412) - Amur Tiger - Awarded $25,000 on July 05, 2009
Project No. 0925412 - Awarded $25,000 on July 05, 2009
Seychelles frog

Establish habitat, population and climate monitoring for four Seychelles frog species.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925406) - Seychelles frog - Awarded $14,020 on July 02, 2009
Project No. 0925406 - Awarded $14,020 on July 02, 2009
Black Rhinoceros

Rhino poaching has reached an all-time high. The Lowveld Rhino Trust, supported by the International Rhino Foundation, is working to save Zimbabwe’s rhinos from poachers by proactively translocating rhinos from high-risk areas to safer locations; treating rhinos with snare wounds and injuries and returning them to the wild; helping authorities track, apprehend, and prosecute poachers; and intensively tracking and monitoring rhinos to ...

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925388) - Black Rhinoceros - Awarded $25,000 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925388 - Awarded $25,000 on July 01, 2009
Dominican Cherry Palm

Este proyecto tiene como Objetivos La Elaboración de un Plan de Acción para la Conservación de Pseudophoenix ekmanii Burret, especie de palma endémica de Barahona, República Dominicana, el Caribe Biodiversidad de la Isla Hotspot, es ejecutado por el Jardín Botánico Nacional. Nos Looke para Determinar el estado de conservación, su rango de distribución actual, Aumentar el número de poblaciones, y el documento de las ...

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925390) - Dominican Cherry Palm - Awarded $25,074 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925390 - Awarded $25,074 on July 01, 2009
Hirola Antelope

Since 2009, we have been investigating the ecological relations between the globally-endangered hirola antelope (Beatragus hunteri), Somali pastoralists, and their livestock in Ijara and Fafi Districts, Kenya. Unlike many globally-endangered species, the range of hirola occurs entirely outside of formally-protected areas; thus, their fate hinges on our ability to educate and instill tolerance in Somali pastoralists whose livestock co-occur and ...

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925391) - Hirola Antelope - Awarded $25,000 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925391 - Awarded $25,000 on July 01, 2009
Hirola Antelope

The Hirola is Africa’s most endangered antelope occurring predominantly in north-eastern Kenya (around 152 animals remaining), particularly within the 19,000 hectare Ishaqbini Hirola Community Conservancy. By developing and supporting community conservation initiatives such as protecting and monitoring Hirola, as well as community-led grazing management, the Hirola could be prevented from being the first genus to go extinct in modern ...

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925392) - Hirola Antelope - Awarded $23,200 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925392 - Awarded $23,200 on July 01, 2009
Oud, Agarwood, Eaglewood, Krassana, gaharu

The Critically Endangered Aquilaria crassna – source of one the world’s highest priced non-timber-forest products – and a number of other rare plants including rattan and bamboo species, are of vital socio-economic importance for the people living in the forests of southern Cambodia. Threatened by construction work, this project implements ex and in-situ species recovery measures to ensure their conservation while maintaining ...

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925394) - Oud, Agarwood, Eaglewood, Krassana, gaharu - Awarded $10,900 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925394 - Awarded $10,900 on July 01, 2009
Black Rhinoceros

This project aimed to provide security and protection to the critically endangered black rhinos in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a 62,000 acre wildlife reserve in northern Kenya. With 65 and 46 animals, Lewa holds over 10% and 12% of black and white rhinos in Kenya respectively. Provision of maximum security and protection to rhinos, through round the clock surveillance is critical to ensure their continued survival.

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Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation (Project No. 0925399) - Black Rhinoceros - Awarded $14,880 on July 01, 2009
Project No. 0925399 - Awarded $14,880 on July 01, 2009