Supported Projects

There are currently 105 projects with the selected filtering.

Conservation Follow-up Award
Nepenthes project 2002
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Few studies of Nepenthes in West Sumatera are known, such as Rusjdi Tamin (1983) and Muhammadin (1994). It is only give some information about 12 species of Nepenthes. From these...View Project

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Conservation Follow-up Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Project Garuda
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Mts. Burangrang and Tangkuban Perahu sized 4,36 ha located north of Bandung are given priority in this project. At least seven pairs of Javan Hawk-eagle were recorded here and therefore...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
A survey on the existent status and habitat requirements of white-eared night heron in South Guangxi
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The species is so rare that we have little information about it, especially about its habitat preferences and requirements. In 1999, two breeding site have been found in Shangsi and...View Project

Bird
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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

Bird
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Project Ifotaka – Madagascar phase three
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple

Project Ifotaka, initiated in 1998 and runner up in the BP Conservation Programme in 1999, is based in the community of Ifotaka in the southern eco-region of Madagascar. This region...View Project

Multiple
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Herp watch Palawan 2001
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian

Herp Watch Palawan 2001 is a collaborative project of De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, Haribon Foundation, and Palawan State University. It aims to collect information on systematics and ecology of amphibians...View Project

Amphibian
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Yungas 2001
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

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

Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird
Conservation Follow-up Award
Hainan Island’ 2001
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

Project "Hainan Island' 2001" (HI2001) will continue the work of the Project "Hainan Island' 99" (HI99). Project HI99 is the continuity of the Project "Census on Land Wildlife in Hainan"...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
The Cuyacocha rainforest initiative in Ecuador’s Upper Amazonia
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple

The Cuyacocha community contacted Equafor, a UK charity, via an adventurous tourist from the States. Equafor part-funded preliminary reports on the Reserve. The Cuyacocha community have demonstrated their commitment to...View Project

Multiple
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple
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
Conservation Follow-up Award Amphibian
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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

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Surveys of microchiropteran bats in Madagascar 2000 (previously the Queen’s University of Belfast Madagascar expedition 1998)
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

This project will undertake a bat research project in pristine and fragmented environments of the Masoala peninsula, Madagascar. Particular emphasis will be placed on the endemic genus Myzopodidae, which, uniquely...View Project

Mammal
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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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Conservation Follow-up Award
Capacity building for the research and conservation of Endangered sea turtles in Venezuela and Colombia
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile

This follow-up project will continue work in northern Peninsula de Paria, Venezuela and the San Andres Archipelago and Islas del Rosario, Colombia. A team of ten students, professionals and NGO...View Project

Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award Reptile
Conservation Follow-up Award
Project Eakehei
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

Parrots in Peril won awards in 1992 and 1994 and this year Project Eakehei is one of the Follow-up Award winners. Results from the 1994 project included the collection of...View Project

Bird
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Conservation Follow-up Award
Action Sampiri: conservation of endangered parrot species on the Sangihe & Talaud Islands
Conservation Follow-up Award Bird

The Sangihe and Talaud islands support three of Indonesia’s four endangered parrot species; these are: Red-and -blue Lory Eos histrio, Sangihe Hanging-parrot (Loriculus catamene) and Blue-naped Parrot (Tanygnathus lucionensis). In...View Project

Bird
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Project Aguará ÑU
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant

Direct follow-up of Project Yacutinga. Working in the critically threatened grassland habitats of Paraguay, this project aims to ensure the long-term viability of Aguará Ñu, a cerrado site of exceptional...View Project

Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award Plant
Conservation Follow-up Award
Seas of Borneo expedition
Conservation Follow-up Award Fish

This project is the cumulative result of over three years collaboration between the University of Aberdeen and the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS). So far 28 reefs along the eastern and...View Project

Fish
Conservation Follow-up Award Fish
Conservation Follow-up Award
Galapagos marine survey phase II
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal

With a proven track record of achievement in marine conservation in Galápagos - following the successful completion of Galápagos Marine Survey 1991 - the aim of the Phase II follow-up...View Project

Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award Mammal
Conservation Follow-up Award
Kyabobo conservation project 1995
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple

The Oxford University Kyabobo '94 expedition which showed that Ghana's newly formed Kyabobo National Park has a unique mixture of forest and savanna wildlife, with many rare and endangered species....View Project

Multiple
Conservation Follow-up Award Multiple