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Large, pre-historic-looking bird standing on top of tree trunk.
Lesser adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus), Cambodia.
© O. Langrand
Stakeholder-Based Conservation of Three Large Waterbirds in the Dry Forest of Cambodia
Grantee Name: 
Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation (SVC)
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$18,933
DATES
Nov 2012
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Sep 2013
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Indo-Burma
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$18,933
DATES
Nov 2012
-
Sep 2013

Support local conservation groups to conserve three Critically Endangered bird species - white-shouldered ibis, giant ibis and sarus crane - at Important Bird Areas (IBAs), Preah Vihear Protected Forest, Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary and Western Siem Pang. Improve nesting success rates for the three species through nest protection activities and rigorous monitoring.

Strategic Direction: 2 Develop innovative, locally led approaches to site-based conservation at 28 key biodiversity areas