Vietnam aims at rewilding

On March 13th to 17th, 2023, CBES attended a series of Workshop on species conservation within the framework of the Project on Sustainable Forest Management and Biodiversity Conservation (VFBC) – Component of biodiversity conservation.

The 8th Asian Primate Symposium

The largest Primate Symposium in Asia, hosted by Vietnam National University of Forestry and organized in cooperation with ‘Three Monkeys Wildlife Conservancy’, will take place from November 13 to 16, 2022 in Hanoi

Scientific Photography Masterclass technic Maury 2022 Laos

Scientific Photography Masterclass technic MAURY 2022 LAOS is a training course in high resolution photography of animal and plant for professionals and enthusiasts, which was held from September 19 to September 25, 2022 at Namkat Yorla Pa Resort, Odoumxai Province, Laos, funded by Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), Ministère de l’Europe et des organizations, Affaires étrangères (MEAE), One Health in Practice in Southeast Asia (OHSEA project).

Scientific conference “Legal and practical issues in preventing and combating illegal wildlife trade and transportation on the sea route from Africa to Vietnam”.

Vietnam is currently considered a transit point – a hotspot for wildlife trade. Illegal trading activities are conducted more and more sophisticatedly, disguised, and transported by many routes. Typically, there are cases of illegal wildlife trade and transportation on sea routes from African countries, especially from Central African countries to Vietnam.

Application of GIS in conservation

GIS is a widely used tool in ecology and conservation biology. Highly skilled GIS professionals are demanded members of many conservation organizations and decision-making units.

Bryde’s whales off the coast of De Gi – Binh Dinh

The Center for Biodiversity Conservation and Endangered Species (CBES) collaborated with Binh Dinh Fisheries Sub-Department to survey off the coast of De Gi – Binh Dinh for 4 days (from the afternoon of August 12th to the end of August 15th), to support the Binh Dinh Fisheries Sub-Department to study the whale entering this sea area.

Pollinators and their importances

In nature, there are about 352,000 species of flowering plants that rely on pollinators to reproduce. About 75% of plant species globally have increased yield and quality when pollinated by animals. In the wild, there are not only insects and birds that pollinate plants, but also bats, reptiles, and even primates.