Projects by Year

Projects by year

Diego Méndez


Field work will be conducted along the eastern Andes of central Bolivia, which are characterized by a rugged topography where mountain ranges are interspersed with valleys and include habitats such as Interandean dry forests, Puna grasslands and Boliviano-Tucumano forests.
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Dimitrija Savić-Zdravković


Rising campaign for biodiversity protection and banding together both common people and scientists is our primary goal. We will provoke environmental action engaging art and modern media together with science in promotion of biodiversity and life in accordance to nature. Original short movie series “Hidden corners of Serbia” is about to come to life.
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Dipendra Adhikari


The near threatened (Jnawali 2011) and nationally protected striped hyaena (Hyaena hyaena) in Nepal is declining drastically due to retaliation, persecution, habitat loss, road kills and depleting prey-population. They are distributed in the southern lowlands of Nepal including Protected Areas (PAs) and beyond Protected Areas (Majupuria & Majupuria 2006).
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Dol Raj Thanet


Chitwan National Park (CNP) is one of the few remaining source sites of tigers with population >120. Poverty in the local communities residing in the periphery of this park is one of the major threats to tigers. Under the dire circumstances many rural people are forced to enter into the park to meet their basic livelihood requirements leading to increased human-tiger conflict (HTC).
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Dorah Mbogo


The project will conduct Sokoke Pipit bird census to establish the current population size in the study site, of which according to IUCN Red List of threatened species, the birds’ population in Ruvu-Coastal Forest Reserve is not known. The project will also assess the conditions of forest floor which is a critical ecological habitat for the endangered Sokoke bird.
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Dragana Šnjegota

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Wolves from Bosnia and Herzegovina are at the central position of the large Dinaric-Balkan population which is valuable source of genetic variability for neighbouring populations but is insufficiently explored.
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Egbe Confidence Kedjuanji


The Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti) is found in the Guinean Forests Biodiversity Hotspot located in western equatorial Africa (Butynski, 2003; Morgan et al. 2011). The subspecies survives only in forested habitats in southern Nigeria and in western Cameroon, north of the Sanaga River.
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Elaine Rios


Habitat loss and hunting are among the main causes of biodiversity loss worldwide, especially within hotspots of biodiversity as the Atlantic Forest. Within this hotspot, the region of Bahia is considered an area with a high conservation priority.
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Eliana Paola Zuazquita


Some Southern right whales populations are showing slow signs of recovery (eg. 6.5% annual growth at the nursery grounds of Peninsula Valdés) but, if not properly managed, this delicate recovery could easily be reversed. Since 2012 Southwest Atlantic population have been the focus of an International Whaling Commission Conservation Management Plan.
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Elizabeth Wakoli


The project is to be conducted in selected Conservancies within Mara ecosystem, key objective being to examine extent of Human Wildlife Conflict (HWC). This is with a view to better understand trends of the conflicts in conservancies in terms of forms and causes, seasonality of occurrence and to establish effective mitigation measures local community can employ to address.
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