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The Bengal Florican Release

Do you still remember the Bengal Florican from Sankor Commune Kompong Svay District in Kompong Thom Province that we rescued last month with ACCB? After great care and treatment by Angkor Centre for Conservation of Biodiversity (ACCB), it is now fully recovered, and we are so glad to inform our friends that it is ready to go back into the wild.

On 26, July 2018 our teams from ACCB, CBGA, and WCS, organized the release of this Bengal Florican and other two lesser adjutants at the grassland in Northern Tonle Sap Protected Landscape – Stoung.

We hope this Florican stays safe and enjoys his wild, forms its family. We also want to thank the local authority of Sankor commune for contributing in conservation, and more importantly, thanks to ACCB for treating the bird.

ACCB, CBGA, and WCS, organized the release of this Bengal Florican at the grassland in Northern Tonle Sap Protected Landscape – Stoung

Bengal Florican ready to go back into the wild

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