Supported Projects

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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
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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
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Dugong Without Borders: Building capacity for Indian Ocean sirenian conservation, Comoros
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The islands of the Comoros and Madagascar harbour the last dugong populations in the South West Indian Ocean Islands. However, these populations are currently unstudied, apart from work in the...View Project

Mammal
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Dracaena ombet tree community-based conservation project, Gabel Elba Protectorate, Egypt
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Dracaena ombet is a globally endangered tree and its subpopulations in Gabel Elba (GE) in Egypt are particularly threatened. Our Future Conservationist project report stated the urgent need to conserve...View Project

Plant
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Conservation Follow-up Award
A conservation framework for furcifer chameleons in Madagascar
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

All of the 72 chameleon species in Madagascar are endemic but only four are considered threatened on the IUCN Red List. Three of the 18 furcifer species are vulnerable to...View Project

Reptile
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Cebu black shama (Copsychus cebuensis) conservation project
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The endangered Black Shama (Copsycus cebuensis), endemic to Cebu Island, Philippines, survives in at least nine forest fragments with forest cover ranging from 30 to 1,200 hectares (Jakosalem et al.,...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Habitat conservation of globally threatened spot-billed pelicans in Sri Lanka
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Now we have identified main reasons for habitat degradation of Pelicans and other water birds who occupy the man made tanks in Sri Lanka. The man made tanks (previously home...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Project Chicamocha II: saving threatened dry forest biodiversity
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The Critically Endangered Niceforo’s Wren and Chestnut-bellied Hummingbird are dependent on remnant forests in the Chicamocha canyon. Niceforo’s Wren is at risk of extinction as none of its habitat is...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation of Oxyura leucocephala in Barabinskay lowland (Russia)
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The project will be implemented in Barabinskaya lowland, the south-east part of Western Siberia. The aim of the project is to contribute to the development of the local work in...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Expanding protected areas in Argun Midflow and bird monitoring network in Daurai ecoregion on Russia-China-Mongolia border
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

In 2007 we documented and publicized the fact that wetlands of Argun River are critically endangered due to lack of conservation management and expanding human pressures in the dry phase...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation and Research of Distribution of the Critically Endangered Darevsky’s viper in Armenia
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

The Darevsky's viper is a Critically Endangered snake (IUCN category CR C2b) distributed only in Armenia's south-western part of the Javakheti Ridge. This project consists of 2 stages: (1) investigations...View Project

Reptile
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Programme for the Conservation of Cuban Cacti
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

This Programme will solve most of the problems for Cuban cactus conservation identified during the previous BPCP funded project - Conservation of Melocactus actinacanthus. The Programme for the Conservation of...View Project

Plant
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Advancing seabird conservation in Peru’s artisanal fisheries through education and research
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Beginning in 2003 Pro Delphinus began actively investigating seabird interactions with artisanal fisheries in Peru. That work has documented the by-catch and targeted take of seabirds, including endangered and threatened...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Calayan Rail Project II: Building stakeholders’ capacity to conserve an island-endemic species
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

A preliminary survey of the Calayan Rail has found this island-endemic species under threat from hunting and habitat loss. Through a series of community consultations, a conservation action plan was...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Project Seabirds Argentina: Conservation through Community Involvement
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Through initial research on the incidental capture of sea birds, we identified two opportunities on which we could build a longer term project to conserve threatened sea birds in Argentina....View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Assessing the Current Status and Distribution of Imperial Eagle and Lesser Kestrel in Azerbaijan
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Within Azerbaijan, several species of migrating and breeding raptor can be found including the globally threatened imperial eagle, lesser kestrel and Saker falcon along with many other birds of prey....View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Araripe Manakin Wildlife Refuge, Brazil
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As a result from previous efforts, a conservation plan for the Araripe manakin was published in November 2006 after thoroughly being discussed with stakeholders and environmental authorities, in order to...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Ecology and conservation of residential populations of Gangetic dolphin in Brahmaputra River System, India
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

For the long term conservation of last two residential populations of Gangetic dolphin in Brahmaputra Valley, detailed ecological study will be conducted on the identified dolphin habitats of Kulsi and...View Project

Mammal
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Frogs of Gede-Pangrango: a follow-up proposal for the conservation of frogs in West Java, Indonesia
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

The Frogs of Gede-Pangrango Project aims to increase awareness of frog research and conservation and extend research based on the first years results. We proposed four activities: 1) frog conservation...View Project

Amphibian
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Bat count Philippines
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Flying-foxes are a conservation priority. They are not only endangered but are also important ecologically, valued by local communities, and may serve as umbrella species and charismatic flagships for conservation....View Project

Mammal
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