15 May 2012

BirdLife in Indochina newsletter The Babbler No.41 released

By Editor.user.test
BirdLife International in Indochina has released its quarterly newsletter The Babbler No. 41 (February -May  2012). Please download the document  here. (PDF, 7.1 MB) In this issue: Comment Features: Vietnam craves rhino horn; costs more than cocaine Regional News Rhino wars - South Africa to make rhino horn trade legal? Cambodia: ‘Vulture restaurants’ bring hope for survival of species Iridescent Short-Legged Lizard Discovered In Northeast Cambodia Thailand Defies Neighbors on Contentious Xayaburi Dam Grey-crowned Crocias crops-up in Kon Tum province, Vietnam Vietnam: Tram Chim National Park becomes Ramsar site Vietnam bear sanctuary struggles to fight off developers Rarest of the rare: Scaly-sided Mergansers on the Red River in Hanoi Project Updates CEPF- Regional Implementation Team updates White-shouldered Ibis workshops paves the way for continued action and research Reviews “Dirty Money” in Illegal Logging Can be Tracked and Confiscated—World Bank Reports Biomonitoring Methods for the Lower Mekong Basin From the archives: Rhino Wars