Habitat in South East Asia has been decimated in the last century to make way for a huge expansion in agriculture.
A large illegal wildlife trade in this continent is a huge cause of decline of songbird species in the wild.
Hunting for consumption, habitat loss and hybridisation with domestic species are great threats to South East Asia’s wild cattle species.
CZ Curators and vets have acted as advisors and trainers to the Cikananga Conservation Breeding Centre, building capacity in Indonesia.
The Monsoon Forest Fund supports numerous key projects in Indonesia to protect Nepenthes pitcher plants, bleeding toads, hornbills and songbirds.
We support orang-utan conservation with a network of partners, ranging from on the ground research to building capacity in sanctuaries and advocating for sustainable palm oil.