Endemic to the northeast Vietnam, this monkey is found in the forests of karst limestone hills.Learn more
Iridescent blue with a red-masked face and white crest, the Edward’s pheasant cuts a striking figure. Unfortunately, its habitat has seen much strife and it was last spotted in the wild over 20 years ago! Viet Nature is striving to turn the tide with a multi-faceted action plan for the recovery of this bird.
One of the world’s most endangered primates, the future of the Delacour’s langur is hanging by a thread. Has the discovery of another wild population in Kim Bang forest in 2016 thrown a lifeline? The Centre for Nature Conservation and Development is doing all it can to secure a future for these fascinating langurs.
We are a key supporter in Save Vietnam’s Wildlife’s efforts to protect the Owston’s civet. Steps are being taken to implement the ex-situ conservation actions of the species recovery programme for this small carnivore threatened by uncontrolled snaring for illegal wild meat trade and habitat loss.