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  • 07.02.2012
    A SOS-funded project team of BirdLife International scientists monitoring migrating Sociable Lapwings in the heart of the Great Steppe have recently discovered the largest single flock seen in Kazakhstan since 1939.
  • 07.02.2012
    Heritage Expeditions – a BirdLife Species Champion supporting Spoon-billed Sandpiper conservation through the BirdLife Preventing Extinctions Programme – struck gold when they, and the passengers they have taken to the Russian Far East, helped...
  • 07.02.2012
    On-the-ground efforts to save the tiger have been given a major boost from SOS (Save Our Species) — a global conservation fund implemented by IUCN, the World Bank and GEF (Global Environment Facility) — the project will improve enforcement...
  • 06.02.2012
    The first ever IUCN mobile application developed together with Nokia is now available for consumer use, ready to download from the Nokia Store. The free-for-download app is the result of a partnership between Nokia and SOS (Save Our Species), a...
  • 06.02.2012
    The mysterious life of the pygmy hippo in the jungle of West Africa is being uncovered in an SOS-funded conservation project to save the species from extinction.
  • 06.02.2012
    A team of young Bangladeshi conservationists which have been supported by the Conservation Leadership Programme (CLP) through Save Our Species (SOS) funding recently found themselves in the right place at the right time to stop a fire raging...
  • 06.02.2012
    During a recent field trip a team composed of scientists from ZSL including local people collected crucial data and information about wild camel feeding behavior and conducted a vegetation survey. Understanding its habitat...
  • 06.02.2012
    Conservation International`s (CI) amphibian project in the Chocó of Colombia is supported by SOS and protects a newly discovered and as-yet unnamed toad with red eyes, using ecotourism as an effective conservation method.
  • 06.02.2012
    On April 15, 2011 a new protected area - The Costa Do Sol State Park - was created in Rio (Brazil), the only place worldwide for the Critically Endangered Restinga Antwren. The Restinga Antwren is one of the 20 bird species in...

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