Roe deer saved, freed in Oddar Meanchey

A female roe deer was saved and released into the wild after being trapped by a snare in the Sorng Rukhavorn community forest in Oddar Meanchey province on October 7, according to Ministry of Environment spokesman Neth Pheaktra. ...

Mom Kunthear

Endangered deer rescued by rangers in Oddar Meanchey

A female Eld’s deer which had been illegally trapped in Sorng Rukhavoan wildlife sanctuary in Oddar Meanchey province was rescued and released back into the wild on Thursday. ...

Sen David

WCS discover two nesting colonies of lesser adjutants

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Cambodia announced that it had recently found two breeding colonies of lesser adjutants – one containing five nests and the other two – in the north of Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary, Mondulkiri province, as the September-November nesting season rolls on. ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Siamese croc hatchlings spotted in Srepok

A wildlife research team from the Ministry of Environment and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Cambodia) confirmed that they spotted eight Siamese crocodile hatchlings (Crocodylus siamensis) on September 9 in Srepok Wildlife Sanctuary of Mondulkiri province. Siamese crocodiles are a critically endangered species. ...

Mom Kunthear

Sixty endangered bird species seen flocking to Kingdom wetland areas

The Kampong Thom provincial Department of Environment and BirdLife Cambodia have recorded the presence of more than 60 endangered species in the Stung Sen “Ramsar site” and the Boeung Chhma core area within the Tonle Sap biosphere reserve in Kampong Thom province. ...

Voun Dara

Six more lesser adjutants freed after rehabilitation

The Angkor Centre for Biodiversity Conservation (ACCB), based in Siem Reap province, plans to set six lesser adjutants free after rescuing and rehabilitating them and following the release of seven other birds earlier this year. ...

Post Staff

Never lose focus: Four wading bird species caught on camera

Four wading bird species of concern were detected by a grid of motion-sensitive camera traps deployed from June 14-30 in Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary in Mondulkiri province, the Ministry of Environment reported on August 26. ...

Mom Kunthear

Bat-proof netting at Angkor Wat installed to stop stone erosion

The Apsara National Authority (ANA), a body tasked with managing the Angkor Archaelogical Park, is installing a net in the roof of the Angkor Wat gallery to prevent bats from entering the structure as Bat urine is a source of moisture and salinity which combined ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Poaching problems threaten Kingdom’s sanctuary species

National resource conservationists have expressed concern over the ongoing poaching of wildlife in sanctuaries after many rare and endangered animals were found killed or injured by traps. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

Mondulkiri population of Asian elephants now an estimated 300 strong

Wildlife researchers from the Mondulkiri provincial Department of Environment and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Cambodia) have recently completed collecting 85 Asian elephant dung samples for analysis to identify population size and migratory patterns. ...

Voun Dara

Goats turn hunters to herders

The Kampong Thom provincial Department of Environment has donated 10 goats to the Kang Meas Community Protected Area (CPA) in Sandan district’s Sochetr commune to assist in improving local communities’ livelihoods and providing an alternative way to make a living instead of by logging and ...

Nov Sivutha

On the right track to generating carbon credits

The 43 new sites identified by the Ministry of Environment and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Greening Prey Lang for the supply of carbon credits will bring positive environmental, community and biodiversity impacts to Cambodia besides having no deforestation and degradation of protected ...

Son Minea

Endangered Asiatic softshell turtle found in Kampong Cham

A big Asiatic softshell turtle weighing nearly 34kg was found by villagers in Sambour Meas commune’s Ta Neng village of Kampong Cham province and town on August 19, according to the provincial Department of Information. ...

Ry Sochan

Irrawaddy dolphin exhibit prepared in Stung Treng

Local authorities and community members in Stung Treng province have prepared an Irrawaddy dolphin skeleton for display at Ochheuteal Dolphin Canyon in Borei O’Svay Sen Chey district’s Preah Romkel commune for exhibit to the public. ...

Ry Sochan

The Lizard King: Truck stopped with almost 1000 smuggled reptiles aboard

The scale of wildlife trafficking in Cambodia was graphically illustrated again today when a Virak Buntham Company truck was stopped in Siem Reap province with 984 lizards inside. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Bird species number drops in sanctuary

Bird International said the number of bird species detected in the Veal Kambor Community Protected Area in Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary in Ratanakkiri province has decreased compared to last year, as only 35 species were recorded this year. ...

Ry Sochan

MOE recognises forest rangers for hard work and dedication

The Ministry of Environment has yesterday gave recognition to five forest rangers for their outstanding work in environmental protection, natural resource management, and biodiversity conservation where they work at two wildlife sanctuaries in Kratie. ...

Son Minea

10 nests of Giant Ibis located in Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary during breeding season

Since the beginning of this year’s breeding season, 10 nests of Giant Ibis have been discovered in Lomphat Wildlife Sanctuary, pointed out BirdLife International Cambodia Programme on its official Facebook page today.​ ...

Khmer Times Staff

Sixth banteng dies from illegal trapping

Remains of a male banteng were found after it had been trapped. It is the sixth banteng to have died since Mum Pram Bei was declared a community forest in Kampong Speu province. ...

Son Minea

On World Elephant Day, Cambodia calls for participation in the protection and conservation of wild elephants in Cambodia

The Royal Government has called for participation in the protection and conservation of wild elephants in Cambodia after data from automatic cameras deployed in protected areas found that Asian elephants – and baby elephants – were living in herds in Cambodia’s protected areas. ...

Khmer Times Staff

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