From 18 th October to 24 th October 2021, Sam Veasna Conservation Tours conducted a biodiversity survey of Tumring REDD+ survey area for a total of 6 days. The goals of this survey were:

a) to conduct scientific survey for the second baseline information on birds specific to the area
b) to enhance biodiversity monitoring, recording and reporting- especially wild birds’ species in the project area.

In total, 103 species and 2988 total birds were observed within the project area. This includes two species
classified Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List, Great Slaty Woodpecker and Great Hornbill and two species classified
Near-Threatened, Ashy-headed Green-pigeon and Red-breasted Parakeet.

More information:

http://www.tumringredd.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Tumring-REDD-Birds-Survey-Report.pdf