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Khoeun Khea – Safeguarding Cambodia’s forest

Khoeun Khea – Safeguarding Cambodia’s forest
(June 02, 2017)   -   Khoeun Khea, 19, lives in an isolated village in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary (KPWS). In June 2016, Khoeun Khea came across a colony of 30 Lesser Adjutant nesting pairs whilst collecting resin in forest near his house. This is the second year the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has employed Khoeun Khea to protect the nests of globally threatened Lesser Adjutants in KPWS.

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Over 200 Local Community members in Tmatbouy village, Preah Vihear Joined the Cambodian Nature Film Screening

Over 200 Local Community members in Tmatbouy village, Preah Vihear Joined the Cambodian Nature Film Screening
(June 02, 2017)   -   Fauna in Focus (FiF), a new environmental education and public awareness project, in collaboration with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) screened the Cambodian Nature Film in front more than 200 people, including Ministry of Environment’s Officials, local authorities, community members, teachers and young students at Tmatbouy Primary school in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary, Preah Vihear Province.

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Yin Ry has spent more than 15 years to protect forests and wildlife in Tmatbouy ecotourism

Yin Ry has spent more than 15 years to protect forests and wildlife in Tmatbouy ecotourism
(April 18, 2017)   -   “During the research, first I laughed at WCS’s Research team when I saw they were so happy when they saw Giant ibis because I thought it was normal and nothing surprised as I saw those giant ibis birds almost every day. But, they told me that those giant ibises are globally rare and Critically Endangered. It is great that they are living in Tmatbouy. I was so surprised to hear that information, and started thinking how to protect them from extinction,” he added.

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Group of Journalists Explore the Northern Plains of Cambodia

Group of Journalists Explore the Northern Plains of Cambodia
(April 05, 2017)   -   Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment (MoE) was delighted to arrange a field trip for a group of 12 national journalists from six well-known media outlets to Kulen Promtep and Chhep Wildlife Sanctuaries within the Northern Plains Landscape, Preah Vihear province.

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Giant Ibis Nests located early in the Northern Plains

Giant Ibis Nests located early in the Northern Plains
(March 09, 2017)   -   Three nests of the Critically Endangered Giant Ibis have already been located in Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary (KPWS) this year.

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Great News for Lesser Adjutant Conservation in the Northern Plains of Cambodia

Great News for Lesser Adjutant Conservation in the Northern Plains of Cambodia
(February 23, 2017)   -   After being guarded by local community members for almost three months, 172 Lesser Adjutant chicks have been successfully protected in the Northern Plains, so far this nesting season.

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Red-headed Vulture Nests Protected in the Northern Plains

Red-headed Vulture Nests Protected in the Northern Plains
(February 09, 2017)   -   Two nests of the Critically Endangered Red-headed Vulture have been located in Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary (formerly Preah Vihear Protected Forest) in the Northern Plains of Cambodia

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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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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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Five Community Protected Areas Are Established

Five Community Protected Areas Are Established
(December 26, 2016)   -   Recognising the important role of those forest resources for wildlife protection and local livelihoods, MoE issued five PRAKAS on 09th December 2016 establishing those five forest areas as Community Protected Areas (CPAs)(total of more than 8,400 ha).

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Ambassador of the European Union to Cambodia visits the Tmatbouy eco-tourism

Ambassador of the European Union to Cambodia visits the Tmatbouy eco-tourism
(December 01, 2016)   -   H.E. George EDGAR, Ambassador of the European Union to Cambodia, other EU delegates, and Cambodian journalists visited the Tmatbouy eco-tourism guesthouse inside the Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Cambodia’s Sam Veasna Center Wins World Responsible Tourism Awards 2016

Cambodia’s Sam Veasna Center Wins World Responsible Tourism Awards 2016
(November 16, 2016)   -   Sam Veasna Center (SVC) has been named the Gold Winner in the ‘Best Contribution to Wildlife Conservation’ Category at the 2016 World Responsible Tourism Awards.

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Combating Wildlife Crime in Cambodia

Combating Wildlife Crime in Cambodia
(October 28, 2016)   -   WCS announced today the completion of a training course for twenty government staff members, including protected area directors, law enforcement team leaders and advisors on law enforcement, as part of its support to counter-wildlife trafficking work in Cambodia.

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From Poacher to Protector

From Poacher to Protector
(October 11, 2016)   -   “Previously, I was not aware of the importance of wildlife, and its protection. What I knew was wildlife could provide food for my family or be sold for cash. I used to poach wildlife, such as Red Muntjac, Wild Pig, monitor lizards, and birds for food and sale,” said Neil, a former poacher.

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Wildlife-Friendly Ibis Rice Received International Recognition

Wildlife-Friendly Ibis Rice Received International Recognition
(August 08, 2016)   -   This recognition will allow Ibis Rice to be officially labeled as ‘Organic’ in the international market. This means there could be many new opportunities internationally for Ibis Rice in the future.

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Pesticides: a major threat to Cambodia’s wildlife and biodiversity conservation

Pesticides: a major threat to Cambodia’s wildlife and biodiversity conservation
(August 07, 2016)   -   A new report reveals that the use of a very toxic pesticide is killing wild animals and may seriously affect the health of local communities in rural Cambodia.

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Critically Endangered White-shouldered Ibis Back in the Wild

Critically Endangered White-shouldered Ibis Back in the Wild
(June 16, 2016)   -   Today the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), in partnership with the Ministry of Environment (MoE), the Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB), Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation (SVC), and Tmatboey Community Eco-tourism Centre released a Critically Endangered White-shouldered Ibis, along with three Spotted Wood-owls, two Crested Serpent-eagles, and one Brown Fish-owl. 

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US State delegation visited Northern Plains of Cambodia

US State delegation visited Northern Plains of Cambodia
(June 12, 2016)   -   An official US State delegation visited Doungphlet Village and the Veal Buntoal Vulture Restaurant Ecotourism Campsite in Chheab Wildlife Sanctuary, Preah Vihear Province. 

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Strengthening patrol techniques and law enforcement within Protected Areas

Strengthening patrol techniques and law enforcement within Protected Areas
(May 30, 2016)   -   The Ministry of Environment (MoE) in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and supported by the US Forestry Service (USFS), conducted a 6-day practical training course for Sixty-one MoE rangers on strengthening patrol techniques and law enforcement within Protected Areas.

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