WCS Cambodia

Sarus Crane

Sarus Cranes return to the Northern Tonle Sap Protected Landscape

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.

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

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.

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

Sarus Crane Release
Just before Khmer New Year, a Sarus Crane was released at WCS site Ang Trapeang Thmor (ATT).
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Sarus Crane Census Results 2010
Long-running counts (since 2001) in Cambodia and Vietnam result in second-highest total count on record
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Sarus Crane Breeding Season
Sarus cranes are arriving back in the Northern Plains.
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Sarus Crane Census Results 2009
Crane counts were conducted across Cambodia and Vietnam on two dates in 2009: 17-19 January (nine sites), and 25-30 March (eleven sites)
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