The State of Bird Conservation in Cambodia
Highlighting the systematic slaughter of waterfowl on and around South-East Asia’s largest fresh-water lake, the Tonle Sap…
While avian conservation on the Great Lake in Cambodia focuses primarily on ibises and storks, smaller birds are being systematically wiped off the map—and no one seems to notice, or even care.
In this pictorial essay, a Bees Unlimited exclusive, "written" between 2005 and 2007, "read" the untold story: “The Systematic Slaughter of Waterfowl on the Tonle Sap”.
For continuous chapters highlighting the disturbing trend in the exploitation and wholesale slaughter of Cambodia’s waterfowl, browse the other bird folders, as well.
The story will end when all the birds are gone.
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