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January 28, 2021

10 Royal Turtles released into their natural habitat

Kampong Seila – The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), the Department of Fisheries Conservat...
December 23, 2020

Official opening of the IBIS Rice Conservation Company Warehouse

On Tuesday 22nd December 2020, WCS, the IBIS Rice Conservation Co., Ltd IRCC and Samsom Mlup Prey Or...
December 4, 2020

Using mixed methods to understand sensitive wildlife poisoning behaviours in northern Cambodia

Abstract In northern Cambodia, threatened wildlife, livestock and people are being poisoned by pest...
October 26, 2020

WCS and Partners Issue Ten-Year Report Card for Cambodia’s Most Biodiverse Protected Area

Phnom Penh, Cambodia (October 26, 2020) – The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) released a r...

The Status and Conservation of Asian Elephants in the Seima Biodiversity Conservation Area, Cambodia

Author(s): Edward Pollard, Lori Eggert, Cheur Chanvibol and Simon Hedges

Tmatboey Community-based Ecotourism Project, Cambodia

Author(s): Tom Clements, Ashish John, Karen Nielsen, Chea Vicheka,Ear Sokha, Meas Piseth

Tonle Sap Biodiversity Monitoring Protocols

Author(s): Tom Clements; Sun Visal; Sharon Brooks; John Thorbjarnarson; Mark Perry; Heng Sovannara; Tom Gray; Hong Chamnan; Sandrine Pantel; Tom Evans
Year: 2007

Bird Nest Protection Program in the Northern Plains of Cambodia

Author(s): Tom Clements, Lucy Garrett, Ashish John, Omaliss Keo, Kongkim Sreng, Pech Bunnat, Rours Vann, Tan Setha, Thong Sokha and Hugo Rainey
Year: 2009

Bird Nest Protection Program in the Northern Plains of Cambodia

Author(s): Tom Clements, Lucy Garrett, Ashish John, Omaliss Keo, Kongkim Sreng,Pech Bunnat, Rours Vann, Tan Setha, Thong Sokha and Hugo Rainey

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