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Increasing In-Country Capacity and Regional Cooperation to Promote Bat Conservation in Cambodia with Particular Reference to Otomops Wroughtoni
Grantee Name: 
Harrison Zoological Museum (Harrison Institute)
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$20,000
DATES
Oct 2009
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May 2011
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CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$20,000
DATES
Oct 2009
-
May 2011

Assess the status and distribution of the lesser-known Wroughton's free-tailed bat by field research in Chhep District, Preah Vihear Province, Cambodia. In conjunction with this goal, enhance the capacity of local communities, students and conservationists in bat research and conservation and raise awareness of the important role bats play in the ecosystem through organizing workshops and targeted outreach in the media.

Strategic Direction: 1 Safeguard priority globally threatened species in Indochina by mitigating major threats