Case Story: Mekong Bird Protection and Rural Livelihood Improvement



Posted on 04 March 2013  | 
A local boy holds a White-Shouldered Ibis chick in Koh Preah.
A local boy holds a White-Shouldered Ibis chick in Koh Preah.
© WWF- Cambodia/Gordon CongdonEnlarge
To improve understanding and reduce threats, WWF in collaboration with the government's Forestry Administration, has established a project focusing on protecting the nests of the White shouldered Ibis, River Tern, Red-headed Vulture, and Lesser Adjutant and their habitat, while concurrently improving local rural livelihoods.

To learn more about Mekong nest protectors and local livelihoods benefits, read the case story
A local boy holds a White-Shouldered Ibis chick in Koh Preah.
A local boy holds a White-Shouldered Ibis chick in Koh Preah.
© WWF- Cambodia/Gordon Congdon Enlarge

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