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May 22, 2018

Steps towards Establishment of Protected Area Management Plans in Alaungdaw Kathapa and Natmataung National Park

The Republic of The Union of Myanmar is a golden country, blessed with natural resources, unique eco...
May 22, 2018

Turning adversity into a bright future: hundreds of Big-Headed Turtles confiscated in Burma (Myanmar) used to establish a new conservation breeding programme

A species that has greatly benefited from conservation efforts is the Big-headed Turtle (Platysterno...
May 22, 2018

Survey and Conservation of Myanmar’s rarest birds: River Tern and Black-bellied Tern in the Ayeyarwady and Chindwin Rivers

Myanmar is very rich in freshwater biodiversity. The inland water ecosystem of Myanmar is associated...
April 25, 2018

Cambodia – Myanmar Exchange visit to support freshwater, grassland and wetland conservation

An exchange visit was organized for 17 Myanmar government officials, community members, and WCS fiel...


Genetic and biometric variation across the fragmented range of Jerdon’s Babbler, Chrysomma altirostre, a threatened Oriental grassland specialist

Author(s): Keren R. Sadanandan · Urban Olsson · Robert Tizard · Aleem A. Khan · Thet Zaw Naing · Naing Lin · Nila Pwint · Frank E. Rheindt

Softshell Turtles in Dolphin Sanctuary (2017)

Author(s): Steven G. Plat, Tfnt Lwfn, Nafng Wfn, Htay Lfn Aung, Kalyar Plat & Thomas R. Rafnwater

Wildmen in Myanmar (2015)

Author(s): Steven G. Platt, Thomas R. Rainwater

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