Cambodia | Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation | Birding Tour

The Sam Veasna Center for Wildlife Conservation (SVC) manages wildlife viewing trips with exclusive access to Wildlife Conservation Society sites across Cambodia. As a registered local NGO, our goal is to provide an alternative sustainable livelihood from ecotourism for the local communities at the sites that WCS prioritises for conservation. In return for the income and employment received these communities are asked to sign no hunting and land use agreements, which are monitored by Ministries of Environment and Forestry patrol teams advised by WCS. Our tours are designed to show you the best of birding, wildlife and nature, the real …

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Bhutan | Langur Eco Travels | Birding and wildlife tour in Bhutan

Welcome to Langur Eco Travels, one of Bhutan’s most successful Bird Watching, Wildlife Photography and Nature Tour specialists. Founded in 2006, Langur Eco Travels has been developing every year since, adding new tours and venturing further into previously unexplored territories. Set between the Plains of India and the High Himalayas, Bhutan is the perfect escape from daily routine where. Snow-capped mountains, verdant valleys, dense jungles and crystal-clear rivers combine with a calming ancient Buddhist culture where no harm is permitted to any sentient being, results in Bhutan being one of the top bio-diversity countries in the world. Langur Eco Travels …

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India | All India Birding Tours | Himalaya 20 days

The northeast Indian hill country and adjacent Himalayas is an important centre of endemism and biodiversity in general, full of charismatic wildlife species so as to excite almost any imagination. Nameri National Park an even greater and more exciting range of birds is accessible to the birder. Kaziranga importance for biodiversity conservation can scarcely be overstated. It helps protect some 25 globally threatened birds and 24 that are near threatened, not to mention being home to the worlds largest remaining populations of Indian Rhinoceros (@2000 of them), eastern Barasingha (Swamp Deer) and wild Water Buffalo, plus holding very important populations …

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Japan | Toyooka Tourism Innovation | Reintroduction of the Oriental White Stork into the Wild

Toyooka City, located in northern Hyogo prefecture, is home to the national natural treasure, the Oriental White Stork. Commonly known as ‘kounotori’ in Japan, had become extinct in the wild in 1971. Toyooka City set out on an arduous project to preserve and reintroduce the stork back into the wild by creating a captive breeding project with the remaining captive storks. The project includes efforts for captive breeding, reintroduction to the wild, habitat preservation and education for sustainable development. Wetlands have been created and unused rice paddies have been turned into biotopes. Even rice cultivating methods have been developed and …

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India | Asian Adventures | North India Bird & Wildlife Tour

Creating unforgettable tours in India’s diverse wildlife and birding sanctuaries each offering distinct wildlife and birding experiences. Well-researched Indian Birding stake-outs and Hassle Free, Guided Birding across the Indian Subcontinent. Explore the varied habitats of India’s Birds Sanctuaries, Tiger Reserves & the Himalayas with Asian Adventures’ Tried and tested tours over 25 years. Top Five Birds Indian Skimmer Cheer Pheasant Tawny Fish Owl Great Hornbill Sarus Crane Ethics At Terra Incognita we support tours that do good in the world. They must help to conserve the environment, support local people, and educate their guests. Here’s what Iqbal Ahmad from Asian …

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