Supported Projects

There are currently 914 projects with the selected filtering.

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Re-Fyn – putting Cape heath vegetation (Fynbos) back
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RE-FYN: Cape Heath Vegetation, known as Fynbos, is a unique South African vegetation type. The Grassy Fynbos studied in this project is strongly neglected by conservation organizations in South Africa....View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Daggel ’01
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Daggel’01 is a new joint Ukrainian-Russian project following up activities started under Adji lake conservation project (1998 BP/BirdLife/FFI Conservation Programme winner) with more broad involvement of local participants. The project...View Project

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KARUMBÉ PROJECT: review & conservation of sea turtles in Uruguay
Future Conservationist Award Reptile

Up until the beginning of 1999 there were no programs for the investigation and conservation of sea turtles in Uruguay. Only in very few cases were specific studies accomplished, despite...View Project

Reptile
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Globally threatened birds of the Russian west
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Little is known of the globally threatened birds that live in the virtually untouched habitats of the Kaliningrad region of Western Russia. The lesser white-fronted goose, the ferruginous duck, the...View Project

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ThongBat 2001: up-to-date status of bats in Bachma NP: disbn, habs, influent factors & cons strategies
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

The project proposal will be carried out at the Bachma National Park, where bat compositions are most diverse in Vietnam, with a variety of endemic and rare species. However, several...View Project

Mammal
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Crested ibis 2001: conservation biology and environment pollution monitoring
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The Crested Ibis is a globally threatened species and ranked as critical endangered (Collar et.al.,1994). After the rediscovery of the wild birds in Yangxian, Shaanxi province in 1981, great conservation...View Project

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Linking education and research for the conservation of the Andean mountain cat
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The Andean Mountain cat only lives in the high-altitude dry areas of the Andes of Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. This project arose from 3 previous surveys carried out by...View Project

Mammal
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Nepenthes project 2001
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The pitcher plant (Nephenthes) is a carnivorous straggling climber whose stems can reach up to 70 ft in length and whose trumpet shaped 'pitchers' can hold up to two litres...View Project

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Future Conservationist Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Yungas 2001
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The Cordillera de Mosetenes is the largest biologically unexplored area of the Bolivian Andes and one of the largest unexplored parts of the Andean range (pers. com. Hennessey, Co-ordinator of...View Project

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Study of the impact of plant exploitation on the habitat, population & behaviour of mountain gorilla
Future Conservationist Award Mammal

Medium-altitude forests house the mountain Gorilla (Gorilla beringei beringei) an endangered species that merits serious protection (OATES, 1996, BUTYNSKI, 1997). The mountain Gorilla population does not exceed 650 individuals who...View Project

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Project giant otter 2001: status of the giant otter in the Parque Noel Kempff Mercado
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Project GIANT OTTER 2001 is the direct result of a project which was developed in 2000 in the river Ichilo, which forms the boundary line between Parque Carrasco and Parque...View Project

Mammal
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Andinoherps 2000: amphibians and reptiles of northern Ecuador
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

Project AndinoHerps is a cooperation between Oxford University and the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador – Sede Ibarra (PUCE-I). The primary aim is to collect baseline data on the herpetofauna...View Project

Amphibian
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Towards the conservation of Lago Fontana birds in Patagonia, Argentina
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This project will introduce the first year round bird survey of the basin. It will asses the diversity, distribution, use of habitat and abundance of bird communities. These activities will...View Project

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Conservation status of the Fijian crested iguana (Brachylophus vitiensis)
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Subsequent to the discovery of the Fijian crested iguana (Gibbons 1981), the species was reported on a further 7 islands (Gibbons 1984). At the time Gibbons regarded the species as...View Project

Reptile
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Project Emas 2000: survey on the vertebrate fauna
Future Conservationist Award Multiple

ENP, covering 132.000 ha is the largest federal conservation unit in the Cerrado, but is virtually an island of preserved landscapes in a matrix of agro-ecosystems. ENP is covered mostly...View Project

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Project Tutururu 2
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

In 1999 the status of the critically endangered Tutururuí, or Polynesian ground-dove (Gallicolumba erythroptera), was assessed during two expeditions visiting eight islands in the Tuamotu Archipelago. Data were also collected...View Project

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Project China 2000
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In Guangxi, there are 15 main habitat patches, 4 of which survive a population of more than 100 each, and others survive < 50 each (Liu, 1995). There are 4...View Project

Mammal
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Monitor 2000: Hungarian amphibian biodiversity monitoring & education project
Future Conservationist Award Amphibian

In Hungary, amphibian conservation is a relatively new focus but has been recognized as an area of need. To address this problem, survey methods (road call count) were tested in...View Project

Amphibian
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Conservation biological study on the Chinese grouse (Bonasa sewerzowi) 2
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The Chinese grouse (Bonasa sewerzowi) is a rare and endemic mountain bird found almost exclusively in the highly threatened and fragile virgin spruce-fir forests of south-west China. The project will...View Project

Bird
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Community perception on forests and birds conservation: the Case Kerita indigenous forest
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The Kerita Forest is a part of the Kikuyu Escarpment Forest, listed as an Important Bird Area. Among Kenya's 60 IBAs, this area is listed in the highest priority class...View Project

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