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Bat conservation in Costa Rica

Bat conservation in Costa Rica

Bernal wins a Whitley Award for his work to develop a coordinated strategy to conserve bats in Central America. The video narrated by Sir David Attenborough, describes his work.

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Dolphin conservation in Indonesia

Dolphin conservation in Indonesia

Budiono wins a Whitley Award for his work to establish community-supported protected areas to conserve Indonesia’s last population of freshwater Irrawaddy dolphins.

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Amphibian conservation in Guatemala

Amphibian conservation in Guatemala

Carlos Vasquez Almazan, an amphibian expert from Guatemala, is one of seven winners of this year’s Whitley Fund for Nature Awards. Carlos wins a Whitley Award for his work to create Guatemala’s first network of protected areas for endangered amphibians. The video narrated by Sir David Attenborough, describes his work.

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Primate conservation in West Africa

Primate conservation in West Africa

Inza wins a Whitley Award for his work to protect West Africa’s three most endangered primates whilst improving the welfare of local communities.

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Landscape conservation in Belize

Landscape conservation in Belize

Lisel wins a Whitley Award for her work to unite local stakeholders to protect Belize’s species rich Maya Golden Landscape. The video narrated by Sir David Attenborough, describes her work.

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Bat conservation in Mexico and Latin America

Bat conservation in Mexico and Latin America

Rodrigo Medellin, a leading bat expert from Mexico, is the first winner of the new Whitley Fund for Nature Gold Award for his on-going work to study, raise awareness and highlight the importance of Latin America’s bats.

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