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Working with our colleagues overseas
Wonderful news as six become twelve! When we last reported on the European bison released into Vanatori Neamt Nature Park they were deep within the forest where they had spent the winter months. To our delight, as they moved back to pasture for the summer, we realised they were not alone. Four healthy young calves were spotted. The six females have been living free since the spring of 2014, and…Working with our colleagues overseas
Snow Leopards reclassified by IUCN
"Vulnerable" does not mean safe IUCN Red List upgrades snow leopard status In September the respected conservation body, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), upgraded the status of snow leopards on its Red List from ‘endangered’ to ‘vulnerable’. The Red List is an accepted international standard for assessing the extinction risk of animals and plants across the globe. Its various…Snow Leopards reclassified by IUCN
Reforestation in Madagascar
Mongoose Lemurs, Fish Eagles & Reforestation With the support of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and IUCN-SOS our Ambato Boeny project in western central Madagascar has continued to develop. Our field team have confirmed that mongoose lemur, crowned sifaka and rufous brown lemur are in three forests within the region. Local communities at each site are now patrolling the areas and…Reforestation in Madagascar