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12 November 2018

KATALA SHARES CONSERVATION STRATEGIES WITH HORNBILL PROJECT IN SABAH

Two field staff of the Philippine Cockatoo Conservation Program (PCCP) shared experiences on nest protection and pride campaigns with the Hornbill Conservation project in Sabah, Malaysia. Rene Antonio shared PCCP’s nest protection scheme while Anna Rose Agullo shared on our pride campaigns for the PCCP.



05 November 2018

UK TRAINING BOOSTS KATALA PRIDE CAMPAIGN

Program Development Officer Mary Chris P. Nierves of Katala Foundation Inc. joined with 11 other educators from all over the world to train on education campaigns at North of England Zoological Society (Chester Zoo), Chester, United Kingdom on October 1-8, 2018.



03 October 2018

DR. PETER AND INDIRA WIDMANN RECEIVE THE NORTH OR ENGLAND ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY'S HIGHEST AWARD

Credit: Chester Zoo Website

 



13 August 2018

READ OUR TECHNICAL PROGRESS REPORT - PALAWAN DEER RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION PROGRAMME - JUNE 2017 - MAY 2018

 



08 August 2018

READ OUR TECHNICAL PROGRESS REPORT - PHILIPPINE COCKATOO CONSERVATION PROGRAMME - SEPTEMBER 2017 -  JUNE 2018

 



16 July 2018

FIRST-EVER CRITICALLY ENDANGERED PALAWAN FOREST TURLE HATCHED UNDER HUMAN CARE

After nearly five years of conservation breeding efforts, the Katala Foundation Inc. (KFI) and Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) have announced the hatching of the first critically endangered Palawan Forest Turtle (S. leytensis) under human care from parents that had been living for years at their assurance colony facilities in Palawan.



Credit: Whitley Fund for Nature

19 May 2017

INDIRA LACERNA-WIDMANN RECEIVES THE 2017 WHITLEY AWARD PRESENTED BY HRH THE PRINCESS ROYAL

Indira Lacerna-Widmann is the winner of the Whitley Award donated by Notting Hill Preparatory School with her  work "Partnering with prisoners to safeguard the Critically Endangered Philippine cockatoo". The 2017 Whitley Awards Ceremony was held on 18th May at The Royal Geographical Society in London. The Ceremony was hosted by Tom Heap with the Whitley Awards presented to the winners by WFN Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, in front of over 500 guests. Click here for the photos and video of Indira's work.

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