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Assessing the status and threats to the Nigerian white-bellied pangolin
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The white-bellied pangolin (Phataginus tricuspis) is one of the world's most heavily trafficked, yet least understood wild mammals. P. tricuspis populations are thought to be declining, and their survival is...View Project

Mammal
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Monitoring and habitat rehabilitation for Sharpe’s longclaw in Kinangop, Kenya
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This project will contribute towards efforts to conserve the unique highland Kinangop Grasslands Nature Reserve and its unique biodiversity. The grasslands are a stronghold of the Endangered Sharpe's longclaw and...View Project

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Taking action to conserve understudied key seagrass species in Osa, Costa Rica
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Seagrasses provide essential ecosystem services and play a key role in protecting other endangered species. However, they are experiencing an alarming decline, and conservation and scientific efforts are nearly nonexistent,...View Project

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A carnivore conservation initiative in north-eastern forest reserves of Bangladesh
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The mixed evergreen forest reserves of north-eastern Bangladesh are known for a rich mammal assemblage. The reserves, the northern fringes of the Baramura-Atharamura-Longtharai Hills, are under formal protections encompassing two...View Project

Mammal
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Roost and habitat protection for short-tailed roundleaf bats in Nigeria
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Previously thought to occur only in Cameroon and Bioko (an island in Equatorial Guinea), the short-tailed roundleaf bat (Hipposideros curtus) was recently discovered in Nigeria by our team in 2016....View Project

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Testing snow leopard human-wildlife conflict prevention measures in Tajikistan
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Human wildlife conflict (HWC) poses a significant threat to snow leopards and human livelihoods in the Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan. In particular, mass livestock killings by snow leopards inside corrals occur...View Project

Mammal
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Small felid conservation in an endangered ecosystem in Bolivia
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Worldwide, the information on small felids compared to larger felids species is limited. In Bolivia, seven species of small felids are registered, and there is a possibility that the southern...View Project

Mammal
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Conservation actions and invertebrates investigation in Sataplia-Tskaltubo karst caves, Georgia
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Cave-dwelling invertebrates in the Sataplia-Tskaltubo karst cave massif of the Imereti region, western Georgia, have been poorly investigated. Only 34% of the 49 caves have been studied biospeleologically (i.e., the...View Project

Invertebrate
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The snaring disaster and optimistic solutions for in situ wildlife conservation in Vietnam and Laos
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The Critically Endangered large-antlered muntjac (Muntiacus vuquangensis) is one of several threatened endemic species in the Annamites Mountains of Vietnam and Laos. These species are under high pressure from intensive...View Project

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Development of catching techniques and tagging of the red-breasted goose by satellite transmitters in Kazakhstan
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The main purpose of the project is to develop a method for catching and tagging red-breasted geese (Rufibrenta ruficollis) with satellite transmitters at migration stopover places in northern Kazakhstan. Northern...View Project

Bird
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Occupancy modelling to determine wildlife corridors at Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana
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This project will carry out multi-species occupancy modelling for the western boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park (MPNP) in Botswana to assess the main transgression points that species use...View Project

Mammal
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Protecting endangered plant species of the mecrusse forest in Panda, Mozambique
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Mozambique is home to several endangered plant species. However, there is little scientific information about them and some of them occur in very specific environments or with very restricted distribution...View Project

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Socio-scientific research on sawfish populations in Indonesia
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Sawfishes, also known as carpenter sharks, are the only elasmobranchs included in Appendix 1 of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), which prohibits any commercial trade in...View Project

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An amphibian strategy for the consolidation of the Páramo de Sonsón action plan in Colombia
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian

The purpose of this project is to evaluate the population status of three threatened frog species (Pristimantis leopardus VU, Andinobates opisthomelas VU, and Hyloscirtus antioquia VU). These species are in...View Project

Amphibian
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Saving the Critically Endangered intermediate puddle frog in Ghana
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The intermediate puddle frog (Phrynobatrachus intermedius) is an evolutionarily distinct and Critically Endangered frog endemic to the Ankasa conservation area, a key biodiversity site in southwestern Ghana. It occurs in a...View Project

Amphibian
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Population dynamics of Chlorocardium rodiei (Greenheart) in Guyana, South America
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In Guyana, Chlorocardium rodiei (greenheart) is listed as a data deficient species. This tree species is of great economic importance to Guyana as the forestry sector is a major contributor to the country’s...View Project

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Enabling Support for Sharks in the Miskito Cays of Honduras
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In 2011 Honduras was declared a Shark Sanctuary and prohibited all shark fishing. In 2016, this was partially repealed to allow captures and commercialization of sharks for the Moskitia Region. As...View Project

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Spatial Ecology and conservation of hammerheads (Sphyrna zygaena) in Peru
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Marine resources are of vital importance to Peru, yet are increasingly threatened through overfishing, pollution and the loss of keystone predators such as sharks. Hammerhead and other shark species, especially...View Project

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Estimating the population of Maire’s yew and engaging communities in conservation in Nepal
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Nepal hosts three Taxus species, Taxus contorta distributed west to central Nepal, Taxus wallichiana in central to east Nepal and Taxus mairei is scattered in Kavrepalanchok, Makwanpur and Sindhuli districts...View Project

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Population risk and alternative fisheries management of thresher sharks in Indonesia
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Thresher sharks have recently been added to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES, Appendix II). Despite international concern, international trade is increasing and thresher sharks are not specifically highlighted...View Project

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