Supported Projects

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Future Conservationist Award
A feasibility study of reintroducing Chinese alligator to Yancheng Biosphere Reserve, Jiangsu Province, China
Future Conservationist Award Reptile

The Chinese alligator, Alligator sinensis, is on the verge of becoming extinct in the wild due to loss of natural wetlands in the lower Yangzi River region. In 1983, a...View Project

Reptile
Future Conservationist Award Reptile
Future Conservationist Award
Conservation of threatened birds in Azerbaijan
Future Conservationist Award Bird

A rich diversity of landscape types in Azerbaijan creates ideal conditions for a high number of globally threatened species. Six species were selected for this project based on the fact...View Project

Bird
Future Conservationist Award Bird
Future Conservationist Award
Mannophryne olmonae: an ecological study in Tobago (Republic of Trinidad and Tobago)
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian

Mannophryne olmonae is a poorly studied endemic to Tobago, listed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN. The population has undergone a rapid decline, over the last three generations (Hardy, 2004)....View Project

Amphibian
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian
Future Conservationist Award
Chameleons for conservation: surveys and monitoring in Menabe Region Madagascar
Future Conservationist Award Reptile

We will make a quantitative assessment of chameleon populations across a gradient of habitat degradation in Menabe's dry forests. We will survey roosting chameleons at night from randomly located transects...View Project

Reptile
Future Conservationist Award Reptile
Internship
Participatory research towards the conservation of the Endangered-endemic river turtle Podocnemis lewyana in the Upper Magdalena River, Colombia
Internship Reptile

Podocnemis Lewyana, the Magdalena’s river turtle, is a fresh water threatened-endemic turtle species from the so-called Uraba-Magdalena eco-region in Colombia. It is considered endangered species (EN) in the IUCN red...View Project

Reptile
Internship Reptile
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
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Conducting actions to stop Titicaca flightless grebe accidental fishing net deaths in Bolivia
Future Conservationist Award Bird

The Titicaca Flightless Grebe is in a fast decline through accidental fishing net deaths in Bolivia and Peru. Birds are washed up on the beach daily. If no actions are...View Project

Bird
Future Conservationist Award Bird
Internship
The human factor in mouse lemur (Microcebus griseorufus) conservation: local resource utilization and habitat disturbance at Beza Mahafaly special reserve, SW Madagascar
Internship Mammal

This project focuses on the interactions between local people and lemurs at Beza Mahafaly (SW Madagascar).  The target species is the smallest of endemic primate species at this reserve, Microcebus...View Project

Mammal
Internship Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Bringing bats off the brink: conservation action for the Critically Endangered Seychelles sheath-tailed bat
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

This study will build on the previous BPCP funded ‘Bats on the Brink’ (BOTB) project by testing three alternative hypotheses about the causes of the severe population decline of Coleura...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Internship
Rethinking participatory management: towards ecoregion-based conservation in Trinidad & Tobago
Internship Multiple

As the most rapidly industrializing country in the Caribbean region, Trinidad and Tobago’s biodiversity is under ever increasing threat. Protected areas are seen as key in conserving the rich biodiversity,...View Project

Multiple
Internship Multiple
Internship
Coral reef conservation through optical-chemical ecological assessment of Pacific Panamanian reef habitats
Internship Fish

In 2002, an agreement to form an Eastern Tropical Pacific Seascape (a.k.a. the “Pacific Biological Corridor”), was signed by the governments of Costa Rica, Panamá, Ecuador and Colombia with the...View Project

Fish
Internship Fish
Future Conservationist Award
Supporting conservation of West Caucasian tur (Capra caucasica) in Georgia
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The West Caucasian tur is one of the most endangered and highly endemic species in the Caucasus. The lack of recent data about the population status of this species rendered...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Conservation status of the montaine slender loris in Horton Plains National Park, Sri Lanka
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

Loris tardigradus nycticeboides is a small endemic nocturnal primate found in Sri Lanka. It is confined to the Horton Plains National Park, a montane forest whose fauna and flora are...View Project

Mammal
Future Conservationist Award Mammal
Future Conservationist Award
Numbers and distribution of rare birds of southeast area of Western Siberia
Future Conservationist Award Bird

The purpose of the given project is to gain new information on numbers and distribution Oxyura leucocephala, Vanellus gregarious and other waterfowl in territory of lakes and steppes of a southeast...View Project

Bird
Future Conservationist Award Bird
Future Conservationist Award
White sand forests in Upper Amazonia: conservation of its endemic avifauna and flora, Peru
Future Conservationist Award Bird

White Sand Forests occur disperse in Peruvian Amazonia and despite its low diversity they harbor a unique community of organisms, mostly composed of endemics. In the past few years 10...View Project

Bird
Future Conservationist Award Bird
Internship
Where the antelope once roamed: the demography and movement patterns of a migratory ungulate population in a human-altered landscape
Internship Mammal

Migratory ungulate populations are declining worldwide due to anthropogenic activities, such as habitat loss, loss of connectivity and poaching interfering with the biological properties of the migratory cycle. This project...View Project

Mammal
Internship Mammal
Conservation Leadership Award
Sustainable bat conservation in Caucasus Mountain regions
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal

Caucasus is one of the most biologically rich regions on the Earth; the extremely various landscape providing many types of habitats for bats. The overall goal of the project is...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Leadership Award Mammal
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
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal