The endangered Francois’ Langur is one of PRCF Vietnam’s flagship species. We have confirmed that a small population of this langur is living in the isolated limestone karst forest of Lam Binh province, near the border with China. Urgent on-ground action is now needed to help protect this langur and its critical habitat in northern [...]
In February 2013 our partner Save Our Species featured an updated account about PRCF field coordinator Tu Minh Tiep’s role in capturing a wildlife hunter in northern Vietnam. SOS is a global coalition to conserve threatened species and their habitats. PRCF’s collaboration with SOS to protect the Francois langur’ began in 2011. The article titled Lam Binh community sends [...]
PRCF Vietnam’s three-dimensional mapping project in the Lam Binh Forest area, northeastern Vietnam, involved 30 local people from seven villages. Their energy and enthusiasm – and the high standard of their very first 3D map – helped make this a very successful community conservation activity.