Projects by Year

Projects by year

Abebayehu Aticho Mentsiro


Wattled Cranes (WCs) are listed as a vulnerable species in IUCN red list. It is an endemic species to Africa and specialized to wetland habitats (Meine and Archibald 1996). The main populations of this species is exists in 11 African countries; Ethiopia, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa.
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Akwasi Anokye


The Critically Endangered West African slender-snouted crocodile (Mecistops cataphractus) is one of the world’s rarest and least studied crocodilians (Shirley, 2010). Although known to occur very sparsely in many West African countries, significant populations have been recorded in only Tai National Park, Côte d’Ivoire (M. Shirley, pers. comm.).
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Albérico Queiroz


The southern Bahia is one of the major centers of regional endemism in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and still harbors human-modified landscapes consisted of native forest remnants mainly surrounded by shade cacao plantations, eucalyptus or pastures.
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Alejandro Reyes-González


Bee diversity is still unknown in various regions of Mexico. Among these, there are bees of cultural and traditional interest, such as stingless bees (Apidae: Meliponini), which are also excellent native pollinators. In the State of Michoacan, it is important to generate knowledge on their distribution, population status and also to document the local knowledge and management of these insects.
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Alerick Pacay


This project is the third and the last step of the educational work I have been doing at the Guatemalan coastal communities. The last two years, I have conducted several environmental workshops for students and teachers with the financial support of the Rufford Foundation.
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Alexandr Iscenco


The Codru Quest II is a logical continuation of the Codru Quest research project implemented by Alexandr Iscenco, his colleague Elena Ungureanu, and his organization MEGA and supported by the Rufford Foundation in 2017-2018.
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Alphonse Karenzi


Gisagara Forests are well known as the home of regional threatened birds and important habitat to many regional species of plants and animals. More than 90% of population (farmers’) productivity relies on those forest resources.
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Amar Kunwar


The Blackbuck (Antelope cervicapra) is one of the nationally critically endangered mammals of Nepal, found in the wild in Krishnasar Conservation Area in Bardia only. Their population is at great risk as their habitats have become fragmented and they are facing huge anthropogenic disturbances, forest and grassland resource extraction and human-blackbuck conflicts.
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Ana Sofia Nanni


The future of a great part of biodiversity depends on its capacity to persist in agroecosystems. The long-term functioning of forest remnants strongly relates to their capacity to hold key ecological processes, such as trophic cascades.
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