Bird Conservation Society of Thailand (BCST)
Mission of the organisation
BCST advances the knowledge of birds through birdwatching, education, and field projects.
- Birdwatching and nature education camps and workshops
- Education brochures and other materials
- Exhibitions bird surveys and information gathering
- Habitat protection and species conservation projects
- Donations of funds and equipment to hard-pressed Protected Area staff
- Lobbying government for better laws and improved conservation action on the ground
- Publicising threats to birds and their habitats in the media
- Supplying information to and working closely with Thai government agencies and international conservation bodies on bird conservation matters in Thailand and the Asia region
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