Indawgyi

Sustainable development in UNESCO Biosphere reserve Indawgyi lake, Myanmar

Little Rangers

Little Rangers explore the forest of Kirindy, Madagascar

Elephants

Medical care for grey giants

Kirindy

Conservation measures for dry forest of Kirindy, Madagascar

Arakan Mountains

Wildlife monitoring for future protected area, Myanmar

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Chances for Nature is committed to the conservation of biodiversity and natural habitats. In doing so, we support local communities and initiatives in implementing sustainable strategies through education, science, and capacity building.

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Madagascar

Kirindy

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Myanmar

Indawgyi lake

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Myanmar

Arakan Mountains

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Uncommon migrations of wild elephants at Lake Indawgyi

Uncommon migrations of wild elephants at Lake Indawgyi

The north of the Lake Indawgyi Biosphere Reserve is located in an elephant migration corridor and connects forest areas that are vital for the elephants' survival. For several months of the year, the animals stay within the reserve. During this time, conflicts with...

Lemurs of the Kirindy Forest

Lemurs of the Kirindy Forest

The Kirindy Forest in Western Madagascar is home to 8 different lemurs. Here you can get to know those species whose survival depends on our local protection measures, since many of them are listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List. This development is due to hunting...