biodiversity research

February 20, 2023

Updates from our collaborative project to study the population of the Endangered Wolf Barb fish in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park

In January 2023, we coordinated a second mission for our technical partner FISHBIO to study the status and distribution of the population of the Endangered Wolf […]
January 1, 2023

Happy New Year 2023 from Team Anoulak!

Dear friends and supporters, This year 2022, has been very busy, yet it has gone so fast. Once again Team Anoulak has worked with dedication towards […]
December 29, 2022

New Publication on our research on otters in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park!

We are pleased to share our new publication on our otter research in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park, published in Ecology and Evolution journal! In this study, […]
December 4, 2022

We begin a population survey of the Asian Elephant on the Nakai Plateau and the Nakai-Nam Theun National Park!

In November 2022, we began our new project to survey the population of Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park and surrounding areas. One […]
August 31, 2022

Association Anoulak visits our long-time partner: Mulhouse Zoo in France!

From the 15 to 19th August 2022, Dr. Camille Coudrat, founder and director of Association Anoulak was welcomed wonderfully by Mulhouse Zoo’s staff and public visitors. […]
June 1, 2022

Collection of water samples in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park to detect Endangered species of fish

In April 2022, we conducted a water-sampling collection in two rivers (Nam Theun and Nam Noy) in Nakai-Nam Theun National Park as part of a research […]
March 17, 2022

Visit of Lao film maker to produce promotional videos for Association Anoulak

Earlier this year our team welcomed Lao film maker Mr. Xaykhame Manilasith to produce for us a promotional video about Association Anoulak. We spent together 10 […]
February 11, 2022

Recording gibbon calls in the field: we set-up automated recorders as part of our Gibbon survey method development

In 2020, we initiated a new collaborative project between Association Anoulak, The Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental Modelling (CREEM), University of St Andrews in […]
February 11, 2022

We initiate a new collaborative project that aims to protect an Endangered and endemic species of fish Luciocyprinus striolatus

In 2021, Association Anoulak signed an amendment to our Memorandum of Understanding with the Nakai – Nam Theu National Park Authority to implement a new project […]
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