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IUCN Publication

Vultures and vulture safe zones of Bangladesh

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2016
IUCN Publication

Gharials of Bangladesh

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2016
IUCN Publication

Tanguar Haorer Jiboboichitro Babosthaponar Obostha Nirupon Sohayika

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2016
IUCN Publication

Jolavumir jiboboicitryo byabosthaponar obostha nirupon sohayika

IUCN Bangladesh has established a methodology to assess wetland biodiversity and its management and written this manual in Bengali, which will be helpful for the target audience (mainly local fishermen, farmers and other stakeholders).

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2016
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A field manual for the study of wild birds

The IUCN Bangladesh Country Office has published this manual for conducting bird census, bird ringing and sample collection and analysis in hopes that it will provide a guidelines for correctly performing these tasks.

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2015
IUCN Publication

Tanguar Haor: a Sabuj Shathir Prokriti Patth

A story book about the children of Tanguar Haor who take lessons on the wetland's resources and also participate in different activities towards conservation of these resources.

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2013
IUCN Publication

Biodiversity of Tanguar Haor : a Ramsar site of Bangladesh : volume II : flora

To address the lack of sufficent knowledge on wetland biodiversity in Tanguar Haor, a comprehensive survey on biodiversity was conducted to understand the present status, habitat classification, population density and diversity of wildlife.

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2012
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Biodiversity of Tanguar Haor : a Ramsar site of Bangladesh : volume I : wildlife

Wetlands are amongst the Earth's most productive ecosystems. In Bangladesh these are of great importance because of the extensive food webs and rich biodiversity they support. In the past, wetlands have been undervalued.

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2012