The Sam Veasna Blog
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Tourism slowly returning to Keo Seima Wildlife Sanctuary despite continuing pockets of logging in protected areas. Last week, Jahoo had the pleasure of reintroducing tourists to...
Sam Veasna Conservation Tours (SVC) with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) are taking part in a series of expeditions to survey Masked Finfoot (Heliopais personatus) in Cambodia.
Last week, Sam Veasna Conservation Tours (SVC) joined the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), USAID Greening Prey Lang and Sansom Mlup Prey (SMP) in organising a Ministry on Environment (MoE) delegation to observe field activities and learn about key conservation achievements.
Koh Samseb is the name of the island located in Kratie Province, where there are hundred of big and small islands line up together along the upper Mekong River. This beautiful area is located in Sambor Wildlife Sanctuary.
In a single deliberate poisoning event, three Giant Ibis, equivalent to 1-2 percent of the global population, have been killed – part of a disturbing global trend where conservationists are noticing increases in hunting of protected species since the spread of coronavirus began to disrupt traditional economic and social systems in rural areas.
Dear Valued Customer, From March 17th, for a period of 30 days, Cambodia will be enforcing a travel ban from the following countries; Spain, France, Germany, Italy and USA. In...
Dear Valued Customer, As a positive reaction to new regulations around NGO’s functions within Cambodia we have incorporated a company, SVC Sam Veasna Conservation...
Bird counts taken on December 30th 2019 by SVC guide, Sarom Reth, at Koh Ker.
Bird counts taken on December 4th 2019 by SVC Guide, Mony Sang, at Boeng Toal Vulture Restaurant
Bird counts taken on December 17th 2019 by SVC guide Mony Sang at Tmat Boey.