Sam Veasna Center For Wildlife Conservation (SVC)

Sam Veasna Center
Who we are Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation (SVC) is a registered Cambodian non-profit, non-governmental organization. The aim of SVC is to serve as a focal point for conservation initiatives in northwestern Cambodia.The Center was established in 2003 in memory of Sam Veasna, a pioneering Cambodian conservationist whose work led to the rediscovery and protection of the highly endangered bird, the Bengal Florican. He also discovered the presence of Sarus Crane in extensive we...
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Osmose

Osmos, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Who we are Osmose, a not-for-profit association, has implemented a pilot conservation and development project in 3 floating villages of the Prek Toal area, Tonle Sap Lake. The site is critical for the survival of several species of endangered waterbirds.The project aims to link preservation of waterbird colonies to the sustainable development of local communities. In addition to saving seven bird species from extinction, over 130 families benefit from our project. In essence, our progr...
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Phnom Ta Mao Zoo

Overview Phnom Tamao is a rich area featuring temples, mountains, forests and a wildlife rescue center with over 1,200 animals. Within an area of 2,300 hectares of protected, regenerating forest, 1,200 hectares are dedicated to tree nurseries and 100 hectares for animal rehabilitation and care.Opened: 1995 Area: 24.28 km² Hours: Open today · 8AM–5PM Phone: 095 970 175 Number of animals: 1,200 Number of species: 102Location Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center is loc...
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Nature & Wildlife

Sam Veasna Center
Natural holiday and trip today offered by many organization in Cambodia. They are expert and donate their money to wild life conservation.
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