Preah Vihear province: According to the national vulture census, all three types of vulturesThere are 119 wild elephants present in the area, including eleven fireflies, 71 ashes, and elephants. 37 brown. This is the announcement of a senior Ministry of Environment official on June 11, 2020, following a census of all vultures in Cambodia. Four different locations on June 10, 2020. The Vulture Census of Cambodia is a collection of data from four different locations in the northeast of Cambodia Implemented and joined by the Cambodia Vulture Working Group (CVWG) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Birdlife International WWF, Angkor Center for Biodiversity Conservation (ACCB) and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Preah Vihear, Stung Treng and Mondulkiri provinces And Kratie. For the location in Ratanakiri wildlife sanctuary was not done.

HE Neth Pheaktra, Secretary of State, Ministry of Environment, who participated in the annual Vulture Census in Cambodia In the geography of the cleft Wildlife Sanctuary in the Preah Vihear province, with the participation of provincial authorities, the Prey Lang Green Project and the Ministry of Environment Presenting a census report stating that the 119 vultures are located at the first) Preah Vihear Wildlife Sanctuary, Preah Vihear Province has a total of 34 vultures The head is made up of three fiery dolphins, 22 gray eagles and 9 brown dolphins. 2) The Siamese Wildlife Sanctuary of Stung Treng Province has a total of 81 vultures: 4 fireflies, 49 gray eagles and 28 brown vultures. 3) Sre Pork Wildlife Sanctuary in Mondulkiri Province has four vultures, and in Sre Pork Wildlife Sanctuary, Kratie province is not present. No.

According to the Secretary of State of the Ministry of Environment, the number of vultures by 2020 is down by 18 Compare that with the results of the census in 2019. According to HE Neth Pheaktra, the Vulture Census results of 2019 show that Cambodia has 137 species of three vultures The areas with the most vultures are the Siem Pang Wildlife Sanctuary in Stung Treng Province and the Clearing Wildlife Sanctuary in Preah Vihear province. Secretary of State of the Ministry of Environment said that the vulture count is now important to know the exact number of vultures In Cambodia and the situation around the vulture numbers in Cambodia.


Vultures are rare and at high risk of extinction worldwide, while vultures continue to grow. The decline is yearly and to some extent alarming, even though the government, through the Ministry of Environment, in partnership with partner organizations, strives to protect and conserve Anyway. HE Neth Pheaktra, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Environment, said that the reason for vultures in Cambodia is because of the greatest threat from pollution Human loss, habitat loss, food shortages, hunting through trapping and pollution. His Excellency Neth Pheaktra said that communities in some areas had used poison in or around the pond to catch birds and mammals. Poisoning is also the main cause of the death of the vultures because they eat the corpse due to poison.

Due to the endangered species of vultures around the world, Cambodia is known to have extinct species. The Ministry of Environment, in cooperation with WCS, undertook conservation activities in protected areas. By supplementing and protecting the nest eggs, an in-depth understanding of the risk factors for vultures. Furthermore, on behalf of the Ministry of Environment, HE Neth Pheaktra called on all people to join in the conservation and protection of vultures by stopping hunting or wildlife trade. The Secretary of the Ministry of Environment said that the vultures were gentle and clean to the environment by eating other animals' food. And to protect and preserve the vultures, it's a great natural heritage preservation for Cambodia and the world.
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