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New projects in Malaysian Borneo and Bolivia

1 July, 2008 - 00:00 -- World Land Trust
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Orang-utan

Orang-utan habitat in Borneo and Blue-Throated Macaw habitat in Bolivia to be protected

Two new conservation projects were announced by the World Land Trust in the latest eBulletin:

  • Orang-utan habitat protection in Borneo
    This project will protect a priority location for the Bornean Orang-utan in east Malaysia by creating corridors between existing wildlife sanctuaries.
  • Grassland protection in Bolivia
    This project aims to create the first protected area for the endemic Blue-Throated Macaw, which has a total population of only 300 individuals remaining.

More information on these exiting new projects will be available soon.

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