Ang Trapeang Thmor Community-Based Ecotourism Site

Ang_Trapeang_Thmor
Overview Ang Trapeang Thmor is a unique wetland ecosystem giving home to over 200 bird species including the endangered Sarus Crane. The population of the Sarus Crane species in this area rose constantly within the last years to a number of more than 300 birds today. 18 of the existing species in Ang Trapeang Thmor are being classified as globally or near globally threatened. The project in Ang Trapeang Thmor tries to help preventing the birds from disappearing. Birds can be watched throughout ...
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Thmatboey Community-Based Ecotourism Site

TMATBOEY Eco Tourism
Overview Thmat Boey CBET site was established in 2005 under support from SVC (Sam Veasna Center) in partnership with WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society). Thmat Boey is located within the largest remaining area of dry deciduous forest in South East Asia. It harbors a lot of endangered bird species such as the White Shouldered Ibis and Giant Ibis. Visitors can take a guided tour to experience and learn more about birds and their habitats. This ecotourism site tries to stop hunting on endangered b...
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Prek Toal Community Based Ecotourism Site

Prek Toal Community-Based Ecotourism
OverviewPrek Toal is located in the Tonle Sap Great Lake, one of the most productive and diverse fisheries systems in the world.  In late 1990s, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in partnership with Ministry of Environment began working to protect Prek Toal Core Area through nest and flooded forest protection.Prek Toal Ecotourism Site was established in 1999 under support from a NGO called Osmose. Prek Toal is not only a floating village but also the main entrance to a well-known bir...
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