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Sarus Cranes return to the Northern Tonle Sap Protected Landscape

Sarus Cranes return to the Northern Tonle Sap Protected Landscape
(January 29, 2017)   -   These are the first of at least 50 Sarus Cranes that return to the site every year, making the NTSPL a critical habitat for Sarus Crane, as well as the most important breeding site for the Critically Endangered Bengal Florican.

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Stakeholders Worked Together to Verify Locations for Wildlife Sanctuary Demarcation

Stakeholders Worked Together to Verify Locations for Wildlife Sanctuary Demarcation
(January 29, 2017)   -   Without clear demarcation, land grabbing, illegal logging and agricultural expansion by migrants is a constant danger.

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Over One Hundred Sarus Cranes Return to Ang Trapeang Thmor Protected Landscape

Over One Hundred Sarus Cranes Return to Ang Trapeang Thmor Protected Landscape
(January 26, 2017)   -   One hundred and fifteen Sarus Cranes have returned to Ang Trapeang Thmor Protected Landscape (ATTPL) in Banteay Meanchey province for feeding after their breeding season is over.

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Endangered Turtles Were Rescued and Released Into the Wild

Endangered Turtles Were Rescued and Released Into the Wild
(January 22, 2017)   -   Ten Vulnerable Malayan Snail-eating Turtles and an Endangered Yellow-headed Temple Turtle  were rescued in Prek Toal Core Area and Ramsar Site.

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White-shouldered Ibis Nests Located in the Northern Plains

White-shouldered Ibis Nests Located in the Northern Plains
(January 18, 2017)   -   So far this year, three nests of the Critically Endangered White-shouldered Ibis (Pseudibis davisoni) have been located in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary, of the Northern Plains of Cambodia.

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Dep Oun leads Tmatbouy to Be Community Ecotourism Protected Area model in Cambodia

Dep Oun leads Tmatbouy to Be Community Ecotourism Protected Area model in Cambodia
(January 06, 2017)   -   Many people have heard about reputation of Tmatbouy Ecotourism Community Protected Area situated in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary, where visitors can come to watch Critically Endangered Giant and White-shouldered Ibises. But, a few people have known that Dep Oun has spent more than 10 years leading Tmatbouy achieving remarkable results like today.

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