Supported Projects

There are currently 105 projects with the selected filtering.

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
Conservation Follow-up Award
Bat conservation at Cat Ba Biosphere Reserve, North-East Vietnam
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

This project aims to promote bat conservation in Cat Ba Biosphere Reserve by: 1) conducting field surveys to determine species diversity and population structure; 2) assessing the principal threats to...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Cambodian Turtle conservation project: extending chelonian research, education and conservation in Cambodia
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

This project proposes to build on the research results from our first year project and go to these next steps: 1) focused monitoring of the Endangered species we have found;...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Marine turtle project 2005: implementing a local community action plan to save marine turtles in Kenya
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

All 5 species of marine turtles occurring in Kenya’s marine waters i.e. Chelonia mydas, Eretmochelys imbricata, lepidochelys olivacea, Caretta caretta and Dermochelys coriacea are listed by the World Conservation Union...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award
Polillo Island, Philippines
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

Giant frugivorous monitor lizards are endemic to lowland dipterocarp the Philippine Islands. Their large size, inability to fly and dependence on a small number of relatively rare fruit resources mean...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award
Project Knuckles 2005 phase II
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

The Knuckles Mountain Range is home to 10 of the 15 Agamidae found in Sri Lanka. Five of the endemic species are thought to be under threat. The most well...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award
Assessment of the traffic disturbance to Tibetan antelopes in Hoh-Xil national nature reserve
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The Tibetan Antelope or Chiru is listed in the IUCN Red List as a Threatened Species. Each year, Tibetan antelopes will migrate to the hinterland of Hoh-xil to give birth...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Saving the blue-billed curassow: implementing urgent conservation actions
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Cracids are ecologically important primary forest birds that are highly susceptible to human disturbance from both hunting and habitat destruction, making ideal bio-indicators for forest monitoring and management, as well...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Saving the major non-breeding populations of blue swallows and their habitats in Uganda
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The blue swallow (Hirundo atrocaerula) is a globally vulnerable species whose habitat is disappearing rapidly in both breeding and non-breeding areas. Uganda is one of the major sites for the...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
The Green Corridor: linking landscapes, people and institutions in Atlantic Forest of Argentina
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple

The project also aims to increase the knowledge and valuation of the marsh deer and of the whole wetland ecosystem. Educational talks in schools, production of materials for local communities,...View Project

Multiple
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple
Conservation Follow-up Award
Ecology and conservation of the endemic Nicobar flying fox (Pteropus faunulus) in the Nicobar Islands, India
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The Nicobar Bat project focuses on the conservation and ecology of the endemic fruit bat, Nicobar flying fox (Pteropus faunulus) in the Nicobar Islands of India. The proposed project is...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Karumbé 2004
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

The green turtle (Chelonia mydas) has experienced drastic declines over the last four decades and is presently listed as endangered throughout its range (IUCN 2000). Data collected by Karumbé since...View Project

Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award
Survey of the Eastern Carpathians and Dobrogea underground bat habitats
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

This project aims to conduct detailed surveys on cave dwelling bat species in the Eastern Carpathians and Dobrogea regions of Romania, along with bat conservation training workshops for volunteers. According...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
CROC: A follow-up proposal for the conservation of the critically endangered Philippine crocodile
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

The Philippine crocodile is a critically endangered species (IUCN 2000) and considered to be the most threatened crocodile species in the world. This endemic freshwater crocodile, once thought to be...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award
Marsh deer project 2003
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

This project aims to increase basic scientific information about the globally threatened marsh deer biology, and its' distribution and natural habitat in Delta del Paraná, the southern limit of its'...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
The soul of the Andes: promoting the long term conservation of the Andean mountain cat
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The Andean cat is one of the worlds most endangered and least known felids. It exclusively lives in the remote high-altitude deserts (Puna) of the Andes. The present follow-up project...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
An integrated approach towards giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) conservation in Bolivia
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

The giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis) is one of the most endangered mammal species in the Neotropical region and one of four endangered otter species in the world. The project aims...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
White-shouldered ibis project 2003
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

White-shouldered ibis (Pseudibis davisoni) is a waterbird species from the Threskiornithidae family and is declining in population and has been classified as a critical endangered species in Threatened birds of...View Project

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Monitor 2002
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

MONITOR 2000 is a follow-up initiative designed to introduce this time and cost-effective amphibian monitoring method to volunteers in Hungary, and other representatives of Central & Eastern European (CEE) countries....View Project

Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
Conservation Follow-up Award
Kikuyu escarpment outreach project 2002
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple

This research has been developed by Kijabe Environment Volunteers as concern about the continuous destruction of the Kerita forest with little or no concern from the adjacent communities. This is...View Project

Multiple
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple