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Important Funding Success for the Gangetic Dolphin Project

Wed, 09/06/2010
Conservationists striving to conserve the Endangered Gangetic dolphin have recently been awarded a significant funding boost from the Darwin Initiative. The three-year project, a collaboration between the Zoological Society of London and Aaranyak will be led by in-country Project Leader Dr Wakid Abdul, Programme Head of Gangetic Dolphin Research and Conservation Programme.

Pangolins saved from traditional medicine trade released in Harapan Rainforest

Tue, 08/06/2010
The pangolin is a strange looking mammal; scaly, with a prehensile tail, and claws for opening termite mounds. I never thought I’d see one of these secretive animals in the wild.

Our National bird

Mon, 07/06/2010
It’s Philippine Eagle Week and it is an opportune time to know about our national bird which, incidentally is also the largest and most endangered eagle in the world.

Nepal raises vulture awareness with a diclofenac destruction event

Tue, 01/06/2010
A diclofenac destruction programme was undertaken at the Vulture Safe Zone in Nawalparasi District of Nepal on 31st March 2010, that was organised by Bird Conservation Nepal (BirdLife Partner) and Jatayu safe zone management committee.

Strengthening conservation of Mount Siburan IBA, Mindoro, Philippines

Fri, 21/05/2010
Haribon’s work in the forests of Mindoro is conserving Critically Endangered biodiversity and giving a sustainable future for nearby communities –“Biodiversity for Development and Poverty Alleviation” is this year’s theme for International Day for Biological Diversity

Vulture restaurants a hit in Cambodia

Thu, 20/05/2010
A lack of food is the principle reason for the vulture's decline in Cambodia, but 'restaurants' are helping their numbers increase

Four Rivers Project in Korea

Tue, 30/03/2010
Birds Korea has completed and published a preliminary report on the anticipated impacts of

Get your hands on the Indochinese Babbler

Wed, 27/01/2010
All the latest from the BirdLife Indochina programme is now available in the 32th edition of The Babbler