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Project Update: Colibri Cloudforest Butterfly Sanctuary

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by melissa@rainforestpartnership.org, Tuesday, April 5th, 2016, Tags: , , ,

In 2016 we are expanding our current Colibri Cloudforest ecotourism project by establishing butterfly sanctuaries in the two communities of San Antonio and Calabaza. Peru…

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Amphibian Survival Alliance and partners lead strategic efforts to prevent spread of deadly salamander disease in North America

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

An emerging fungal pathogen that has caused recent die-offs of salamanders in Europe, faces a formidable foe in North America: the Amphibian Survival Alliance and…

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Imperiled Madagascan amphibians find shelter in new protected area

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

After a five-year effort, some of Madagascar’s rarest amphibian and reptile species have received protection within the newly created Ankaratra Massif Reserve. The Madagascan conservation…

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The “megadiverse” frog communities of Madagascar are at risk after discovery of a potentially deadly fungus

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

The amphibian fungus known as Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), which has caused the precipitous decline of frog populations in Central America, Australia, the western United States,…

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A Q&A With GWC Executive Director Wes Sechrest On New Anti-Poaching Endowment

  JANUARY 19, 2015 | WALTER STEVEN SECHREST ENDOWMENT FOR WILDLIFE PROTECTION GWC’s Walter Steven Sechrest Endowment for Wildlife Protection protects endangered wildlife through anti-poaching efforts and by supporting…

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Deadly salamander fungus: the threat, the ruling, the recommendations and the opportunities

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

The announcement that US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) would be placing movement restrictions on over 200 salamander species, including 67 US native species, has…

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Salamanders lost, salamanders found, salamanders saved

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

Two rare salamander species lost to science for nearly 40 years have not only been recently rediscovered, but the Amphibian Survival Alliance and a consortium…

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Two rare amphibians lost to science re-discovered in the Philippines

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by cmhansen@amphibians.org, Friday, February 19th, 2016, Tags: , ,

A team of researchers from the Centre for Sustainability, the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development and partners have re-discovered two amphibian species thought lost to…

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Gyaros island: A land of exile

Gyaros, is an arid and unpopulated Greek island in the northern Cyclades, which throughout the centuries has served as a land of exile, up until very…

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Things we love about the mono titi, the grey-crowned Central American Squirrel Monkey

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by director@monotiti.org, Wednesday, July 30th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Listed below are our Top 3 reasons why we love the mono tití, or the Grey-crowned Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii citrinellus). At Titi…