Regional conservation strategy for wild cattle and buffaloes in South-east Asia

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Regional conservation strategy for wild cattle and buffaloes in South-east Asia
IUCN Publication
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This IUCN-led Regional Conservation Strategy for wild cattle and buffalo species is the first step in a programme to develop National Conservation Action Plans for all wild cattle and buffalo species across their geographic ranges. This Regional Conservation Strategy, which was initiated at an international workshop held in Vietnam in June 2008, is the result of a collaboration between national wildlife authorities from South-east Asia and the IUCN/SSC Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group in partnership with the Wild Cattle Conservation Project in Vietnam (CIRAD, National Institute of Animal Husbandry of Vietnam, Cat Tien National Park), the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), and the Earthwatch Institute. This report is structured as follows: background information and threats to Asian wild cattle and buffaloes, and introduction to the workshop are outlined in Chapter 2; the status and distribution data compiled at the workshop is summarized in Chapter 3; the threats are described in Chapter 4; and the conservation strategy developed by the workshop participants is described in Chapter 5 and presented as a logframe in Appendix 4 (A logframe or logical framework is a matrix and is used as a management tool to improve the design of intervention).

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Oxford, UK : IUCN SSC AWCSG, 2010
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68p. : ill., maps
Publication Year: 
2010
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Includes bibliographic references.

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0
Language(s): 
English
Url: 
http://www.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/2010-095.pdf
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