The Last Vulture Bastion in Southeast Asia
June 25, 2012 | Publication | Conservation & Sustainable Development

As the vulture population declines throughout Asia, Cambodia endures as a bastion for the endangered bird. In Vultures in Cambodia: Population, Threats, and Conservation, researchers at the Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund and the Wildlife Conservation Society, both MacArthur-supported organizations, partner with members of the Cambodia Vulture Conservation Project to examine the factors contributing to the persistence of vultures in Cambodia, and the investments needed to allow this critical population to survive and grow. Read the press release or the full report.

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