RESEARCH AND STUDY
Wildlife At Risk (WAR) believes the conservation of Vietnam’s unique wildlife starts with local involvement and education. We are dedicated to promoting sustainable conservation that benefits both the wildlife and also helps to educate local communities that often are living side to side with wild animals. Effective wildlife conservation means recognizing this often-difficult relationship.
Over the last fifteen years, WAR has conducted many biodiversity surveys, published all the findings that are available to the public.
Release wildlife and their offsrpings through a captive breeding for conservation program is an possitive contribute to nature.
Taylor’s bug-eyed frog – Theloderma stellatum
Snake – Dinodon sp.
The captive breeding program is a technical cooperation between Wildlife At Risk (WAR) and Institute of Ecology and Biological Resources (IEBR) to study breeding conditions in captivity of several endangered species.