Welcome to the Bustard Information Portal

This portal is dedicated to helping conservationists learn & share valuable information so that we can improve bustard conservation worldwide together. We invite you to explore our library of resources while contributing your own to help our database and this community grow. 

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A Farmland Bustard Conservation Approach

Two bustard species are Critically Endangered, including the Bengal Florican, on which we work in Cambodia. In response to threats to the Bengal Florican in Cambodia WCS have developed A Farmland Bustard Conservation Approach to try and create as much Florican-friendly farmland, and Florican-friendly farmers, in the areas around the grassland reserves.

Featured Resources

IUCN captive management guidelines support ex situ conservation of the Bengal florican Houbaropsis bengalensis blandini
Can current farmland landscapes feed declining steppe birds? Evaluating arthropod abundance for the endangered little bustard (Tetrax tetrax) in cereal farmland during the chick‐rearing period: Variations between habitats and localities
Resource utilization by the Kori bustard in the Serengeti ecosystem
Kori bustard (Ardeotis kori struthiunculus) occurrence in the Serengeti grass plains, northern Tanzania

Protect Grassland. Engage Farmers. Save Bustards.

This portal is funded as a part of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund’s “Building on Success” learning resource series, which aims to promote effective conservation practices across the planet. CEPF is a joint initiative of l’Agence Française de DéveloppementConservation International, the European Union, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan and the World Bank.

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