Wildlife Conservation Society

Myanmar Marine Biodiversity Atlas


Click here to download the full Myanmar Marine Biodiversity Atlas. The Republic of the Union of Myanmar possesses an extensive coastline and marine realm, with vast marine resources at its disposal. These natural [...]

Marine Spatial Planning Strategy


To download the English language Marine Spatial Planning Strategy click here. To download the Myanmar language Marine Spatial Planning Strategy click here. Myanmar is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia with a long coastline [...]

Sun bear conservation



Let the Sun shine in our forests Stretching over 2,150 sq km in the northern Sagaing region, the Htamanthi Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the last habitats where the threatened Sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) survives [...]

Clouded leopard conservation


Clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa) are a native species of Myanmar currently with vulnerable status due to a number of threats including direct exploitation (wildlife trade), range fragmentation, and reduction in habitat quality. The Wildlife Conservation Society [...]

National Tiger Action Plan for Myanmar


This report is the synthesis of a three-year research conducted jointly by the Myanmar Forest Department and the Wildlife Conservation Society with funding from the US National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and ExxonMobile’s [...]