biodiversity research

September 23, 2021

Publication: The Annamite Mountains – A Biodiverse Ecosystem at Risk: A Case Study in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park, Lao P.D.R.

We are delighted to share with you one of our new publications, authored by Association Anoulak’s founder and director, Dr. Camille N.Z. Coudrat. The scientific paper […]
September 19, 2021

Participation in the International Sharing Workshop for the conservation of Black Crested Gibbon

From 15 to 17 September 2021, Association Anoulak was invited to take part the online International Sharing Workshop for the conservation of Black Crested Gibbon (Nomascus […]
April 29, 2021

New collaboration with WWF-Laos for biodiversity monitoring in the Annamite Mountains of Laos

As part of our commitment to biodiversity conservation in the Annamite Mountains of Laos, we are pleased to extend our interventions in different sites in this […]
January 9, 2021

The beautiful and informative gibbon songs: Progress on our gibbon call recordings to study species distribution in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park

Gibbons are some of the most threatened primate families in the world. The twenty species of Gibbons (all of them occurring only in Southeast Asia) are […]
November 21, 2020

Completion of the camera-trap wildlife monitoring survey of 2020: an overview

This year 2020, we completed the second large-scale camera-trap wildlife monitoring program in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park in collaboration with the park’s authorities. For […]
October 1, 2020

Webinar by Dr. Camille Coudrat: Biodiversity Conservation in the Annamite Mountains of Laos

Dr. Camille Coudrat, founder and director of Association Anoulak, gave an online presentation for the MSc Primate Conservation‘s alumni edition of their seminar series 2020-2021, to […]
July 14, 2020

Primate species in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park are more than ever under threat of extinction

Last week, (July 2020) the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species was updated for all primate species (the last assessment dated back from 2008). In total, […]
June 23, 2020

Eyes on the ground: Update from our wildlife monitoring program in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park

Earlier this year -in collaboration with the national park authority- Association Anoulak started the implementation of the systematic camera-trap surveys program in the three designated Biodiversity […]
June 5, 2020

Update from our otter surveys in Nakai – Nam Theun National Park!

Last year, we initiated a collaboration with Conservation Ecology Program, School of Bioresources and Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand, to survey otters in […]
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