The working group is membership based and functions with two coordinators, supported by leads and co-leads who are responsible in coordinating conservation efforts in the areas of research, habitat, trade and capacity building.
In August 2018, the working group launched a conservation strategy and action plan document for the Helmeted Hornbill. Read more>>>
ASAP Species That We Work On
Helmeted Hornbill Rhinoplax vigil
What We Do
ASAP species conservation, Habitat conservation, Wildlife Trade, Threat mitigation, Demand reduction, Monitoring, surveys, research of ASAP species, Training and Capacity Building.
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