Asian Species

In it for the long haul: Transforming the crocodile from villain to hero

Wildlife corridors through oil palm plantations. Local communities saving the world’s rarest crocodile from extinction. Sweeping new protections for EU seabed. A groundbreaking coalition for amphibian conservation. When conservation organisations have access to flexible, reliable funding, their impact can be revolutionary. In this series, we look back at major victories facilitated by our long-term, [...]

By |2024-02-06T11:19:09+00:00November 22nd, 2023|Approach, Asian Species, Long term funding, Mabuwaya Foundation, Southeast Asia|Comments Off on In it for the long haul: Transforming the crocodile from villain to hero

One last chance to find the saola

The saola is the world’s rarest large mammal. It hasn’t been recorded since a trail camera captured an image of one in 2013, but it is believed that this elusive species still resides in the steep terrain of the Annamite Mountains between Vietnam and Lao – there just hasn’t been a comprehensive search for [...]

By |2023-10-25T13:23:31+00:00October 25th, 2023|Asian Species, Endemic species, Saola Foundation, Southeast Asia|Comments Off on One last chance to find the saola