The Wildlife Conservation Society has protected more than 3,800 nests of 11 globally threatened bird species.
The Wildlife Conservation Society expressed concerns yesterday over the poisoning of wildlife in the Northern Plains.
A poisoned pond was found in a conservation area in Chheb district, might affect wildlife.
Three nests of the critically endangered red-headed vulture have been found in Chhep Wildlife Sanctuary.
More than 60 species of endangered plants have been found in the Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary in Mondulkiri province.
Ibis Rice is a non-profit conservation project established by the Wildlife Conservation Society in 2009 to produce world-class organic jasmine rice.
A research team has set up cameras to track mammal species in Phnom Tbeng National Heritage Park in Preah Vihears.
Nineteen eggs of the globally endangered Asian giant softshell turtle have been discovered along the Mekong River.
The three rare black-necked stork chicks hatches in Preah Vihear’s Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary.
Officials rescue two white-winged ducks from Kunlen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary after they were found exhausted and unable to fly.
More than 20 critically endangered turtles are released into the wild after spending the last eight years in a conservation centre.
Environment Ministry measures over 20,000 hectares for Phnom Tbeng heritage site.
Almost 80 percent of 121 endangered lesser adjutant nests have hatched.
Conservationists install five signboards along the Sre Ambel River system to inform local communities about the risks facing the critically endangered Siamese crocodile.
An ecotourism site in Mondulkiri province has been shortlisted alongside four other countries for a $35,000 award from the European Outdoor Conservation Association.
Fifty eggs of the endangered sarus crane have hatched from 27 nests in Preah Vihear province’s Kulen district.
Two critically endangered giant ibis chicks have been found for the first time in Mondulkiri’s Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Environment Ministry and Wildlife Conservation Society are educating villagers on the need to protect the masked finfoot duck.
Vultures in Cambodia are under grave threat of extinction due to habitat loss, food shortages and the use of deadly poisons by villagers.