Supported Projects

There are currently 887 projects with the selected filtering.

Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation of an IBA in collaboration with students and local land users, Kazakhstan
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The inventory of IBAs in Central Asia and the recent nomination of the Central Kazakh steppes and wetlands as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site, Saryarka, demonstrates the outstanding importance...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Internship
Conservation, human rights and indigenous peoples
Internship Multiple

BirdLife is working to better understand the impact of its conservation actions on local communities and Indigenous Peoples and the role that those affected by conservation could have in both...View Project

Multiple
Internship Multiple
Future Conservationist Award
Cooperation and conflict between Irrawaddy dolphins and fishers of Chilika Lagoon, India
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

Fisheries bycatch is a major threat to the Irrawaddy dolphin worldwide. Nonetheless, these dolphins are known to forage cooperatively with fishermen. The dolphin population in Chilika lagoon is small (

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Conservation of the Caatinga howler monkey (Alouatta ululata), Brazil
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The Caatinga Howler Monkey (Alouatta ululata) is an Endangered (IUCN, 2008) primate and probably the least known howler monkey in the world. Poaching and habitat loss are the main threats...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Reintroducing the Sumatran rhinoceros in Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The Leuser ecosystem in northern Sumatra has been identified as an area with one of the largest Sumatran rhinoceros populations in the world. While the population in southern Sumatra is...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Internship
Providing support to the BirdLife Partnership’s work on climate change
Internship Multiple

2009 is a critical year for climate change culminating in the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties in December 2009. BirdLife believes that the Copenhagen conclusions...View Project

Multiple
Internship Multiple
Kate Stokes Memorial Award
The Bhimashankar strategy: toward a region-wide community conservation programme in the Western Ghats, India
Kate Stokes Memorial Award Multiple

To develop a small enterprise that will train local youth groups and provide them with opportunities to earn a living through ecotourism activities. Project update: “The BWS is one of...View Project

Multiple
Kate Stokes Memorial Award Multiple
Future Conservationist Award
Ecological assessment of hispid hare in Manas National Park, India
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

Except for a few indirect pieces of evidence, no detailed information is available about the Hispid hare (Caprolagus hispidus) in Manas National Park. Up to date information on the distribution,...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation Action Planning: Application on the ground, Sakhalin Island, Russia
Conservation Follow-up Award Fish

We propose to work with local stakeholders to refine and implement the Conservation Action Plan (CAP) developed in 2008 for the Langry basin in Northwest Sakhalin. The CAP focuses on...View Project

Fish
Conservation Follow-up Award Fish
Internship
Support to BirdLife’s flyway conservation work in the Americas
Internship Bird

The overall aim of the internship is to train an intern to provide a range of technical support to BirdLife’s flyway conservation work in the Americas, focusing especially on the...View Project

Bird
Internship Bird
Future Conservationist Award
Assessing tiger translocation in Sumatra, Indonesia
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

Human-tiger conflict is one of the key problems in tiger conservation. The Indonesian government has tried new ways of resolving human-tiger conflict by translocating problem tigers. The project goal is...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Conservation status of parrotfish species in protected coral reefs, Colombia
Future Conservationist Award Fish

Current climate change and anthropogenic pressures impose significant challenges to scientists and conservationists because of their synergetic impacts on coral reefs biodiversity and functioning. Particularly, overfishing of key species such...View Project

Fish
Future Conservationist Award Fish
Conservation Leadership Award
Andean cats and Puna biodiversity, Argentina
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal

The Andean cat (Leopardus jacobita) is one of most endangered felids in the world and occurs almost exclusively in the Puna ecoregion, a regional conservation priority. The data we have...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Supata’s Golden Frog Project: Conservation of new amphibians in Colombia
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

Supatá's forests are been degraded at an alarming rate. In order to assure the conservation of these forest it is necessary to promote the sustainable use of forest resources and...View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Internship
Practical management planning within the ADEPT agrienvironment and farmer extension
Internship Multiple

The intern will: 1. plan and supervise biodiversity field work in ADEPT project areas; 2. work embedded within the ADEPT agro-environment and farmer extension team to apply results of grassland...View Project

Multiple
Internship Multiple
Future Conservationist Award
Conservation assessment and action plan for a threatened Colombian cycad
Future Conservationist Award Plant

Zamia encephalartoides is a threatened cycad endemic to a unique ecosystem, the arid Chicamocha Canyon of Colombia. Its distribution and population status are poorly known, and expanding agriculture and other...View Project

Plant
Future Conservationist Award Plant
Conservation Leadership Award
Initiative to reduce the mortality of Ganges dolphin in Brahmaputra River, India
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal

By-catch mortality and poaching are the two major issues responsible for the rapid declining of the endangered Gangetic dolphin in Brahmaputra River. To reduce these threats annual mortality of dolphins...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal
Internship
Macroalgae taking over Caribbean coral reefs: searching for management solutions
Internship Invertebrate

The current research investigates the effects of seaweed competition on coral growth rate and survival. While previous work has shown that seaweed can reduce growth rate, fecundity and survival of...View Project

Invertebrate
Internship Invertebrate
Future Conservationist Award
Evaluation of threatened amphibians in Colombian key sites
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian

The Alliance for Zero extinction initiative by members of the BP Conservation Award partnership have identified over 26 sites of vital importance to CR and EN amphibians in Colombia. Seventeen...View Project

Amphibian
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian