Supported Projects

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Future Conservationist Award
Oxford University expedition to Sabah, Malaysia 1994
Future Conservationist Award Fish

Continuing the work of two previous Oxford expeditions to Sabah, the team carried out underwater surveys of coral cover and diversity at six permanent reef sites in the Tunku Abdul...View Project

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University of East Anglia Gunung Halimun 1994 Java expedition
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

This UEA/Biological Sciences Club (BScC) project aimed to assess the effects of human usage and population pressures on forest vegetation and bird communities around the periphery of the Gunung Halimun...View Project

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Wetlands of South Guinea Bissau
Future Conservationist Award Bird

The project aimed to increase knowledge of the birds of Guinea-Bissau and to draw international attention to the importance of the country's tropical forests. The project assessed human impact on...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Way Kambas elephant and rhino survey, Indonesia 1994
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

From 1993-95 a British-Indonesian team conducted a survey of the Sumatran Rhino and Asian Elephant populations in Way Kambas National Park on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. By December 1994...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Zapata swamp project, Cuba 1994
Future Conservationist Award Bird

This project is mainly focused on Zapata Rail (Cyanolimnas cerverai) and Zapata Wren (Ferminia cerverai), both globally threatened species within their known and possible range. They are range restricted bird...View Project

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Mache-Chindul ’94, Ecuador
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An ornithological survey carried out during September 1996 in the hills of Mache and Chindul, northern Manabi and southern Esmeraldas provinces, based at the fieldwork centre of Fundacion Jatun Sacha...View Project

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Project Eakihei: parrots in peril
Future Conservationist Award Bird

After the success of Parrots in Peril 1990 and 1992 expeditions, a follow-up expedition consisting of four British and two Ecuadorian biologists continued studying the avifauna of Podocarpus National Park...View Project

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Eritrea ’94
Future Conservationist Award Fish

The aim of the expedition was to conduct a baseline marine survey of the southern part of the archipelago, to identify primary marine habitat type and their main constituent genera....View Project

Fish
Future Conservationist Award Fish
Future Conservationist Award
Kyabobo 1994
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

The Oxford University Kyabobo '94 expedition which showed that Ghana's newly formed Kyabobo National Park has a unique mixture of forest and savanna wildlife, with many rare and endangered species....View Project

Multiple
Future Conservationist Award Multiple
Future Conservationist Award
University of Aberdeen project Madagascar 1994
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

The team studied, in conjunction with a Malagasy scientist, the effects of agricultural encroachment into the Zahamena Reserve (the largest and perhaps most important of Madagascar's rainforest reserves) on small...View Project

Multiple
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Project Abiseo ’94
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

The team assessed the conservation status and habitat requirements of birds and mammals of the remaining cloud and elfin forest on the Cordillera de Colan, a semi-isolated mountain range in...View Project

Multiple
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Future Conservationist Award
Halmahera ’94: a University of Bristol expedition to Indonesia
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

The 12-person British/Indonesian team undertook a biodiversity study to support the establishment and future management of the proposed Lolobata reserve on the Indonesian island of Halmahera. Five sites were surveyed...View Project

Multiple
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Future Conservationist Award
Lesser kestrel baseline survey, Turkey 1993
Future Conservationist Award Bird

Five UK and 12 Turkish ornithologists, from the Turkish Society for the Conservation of Nature (DHKD), surveyed, using repeatable methods, this little known and declining species of small falcon. They...View Project

Bird
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Future Conservationist Award
Tritonia expedition ’93, faunistical & conservation status survey, Albania
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

The expedition studied the conservation status of the country (especially Lake Ohrid) and collected land and freshwater molluscs and waterbears, observed the bird fauna and trapped rodents. The expedition collected...View Project

Multiple
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Future Conservationist Award
University of East Anglia Kackar expedition, Turkey 1993
Future Conservationist Award Bird

An ecological survey of the threatened Caucasian blackcock (Tetrao miokosiewicizi), to establish its population status and habitat requirements, and identify possibly threats to the bird and its habitat from hunting,...View Project

Bird
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Future Conservationist Award
Search for the Ivory-billed Woodpecker in eastern Cuba 1993
Future Conservationist Award Bird

This project surveyed the last forests in Cuba from where this critically endangered species was last seen in March 1987. During the entire expedition not a single Ivory-billed woodpecker was...View Project

Bird
Future Conservationist Award Bird
Future Conservationist Award
Study and conservation of the monkseal in Mauritania
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The biology of the monk seal, the world's most endangered seal species, is poorly known. This project carried out research on monk seal biology (reproduction, census, habitat) and on causes...View Project

Mammal
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Future Conservationist Award
Nakanai ’93: an Oxford University expedition to New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea
Future Conservationist Award Bird

The original plan, a survey of the montane avifauna of the Nakani Mountain range, New Britain Island, had to be abandoned due to access problems. In collaboration with the Pacific...View Project

Bird
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Pato serrucho ’93
Future Conservationist Award Bird

The Brazilian Merganser (Mergus octosetaceus) is one of the planet's rarest species of wildfowl, with an estimated population of fewer than 250 individuals. Three conservation biologists from the UK and...View Project

Bird
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Future Conservationist Award
Colombian weasel project 1993
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The Colombian Weasel (Mustela felepei) has only recently been discovered and has never been studied in the wild. Two British and three Colombians are hoping to instigate a detailed study...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal