Asian rare bird first to benefit from world’s largest bird conservation programme
Bengal Florican, one of the world’s most threatened birds, will be first to benefit from a new conservation approach that aims to save all 189 of the world’s Critically Endangered birds from extinction.
Vital grasslands protected by Cambodia government to protect Critically Endangered Bengal florican and others: here.
- University of East Anglia: Research reveals catastrophic loss of Cambodia`s tropical flooded grasslands (spiritandanimal.wordpress.com)
- Catastrophic loss of Cambodia’s tropical flooded grasslands (sciencedaily.com)
- Bustards (iaspreparationonline.com)
- Dudhwa national park (slideshare.net)
- UEA research reveals catastrophic loss of Cambodia’s tropical flooded grasslands (eurekalert.org)
- Tigers chewing up bulk of wildlife funding in India (nzherald.co.nz)
- Critically Endangered Animal Species of India (iaspreparationonline.com)
- Surprise Spoon-billed Sandpiper sighting at Malaysian IBA highlights importance of CEMEX’s new support (worldwaders.wordpress.com)