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Grant Opportunities from The Clouded Leopard Project

Thanks to the generous support of our donors, The Clouded Leopard Project has provided funding for the following conservation efforts:


2011 Assessment of the impact of hunting on the Clouded Leopard and its prey and felid population status in and around Bukit Batikap Protection Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Tim van Berkel and Melati Gray, Heart of Borneo Project

2011 Bornean Clouded Leopard Programme: Ecology and conservation of a sympatric tropical forest felid guild
Andrew Hearn, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, University of Oxford

2011 Cats of Kalimantan – Landscape-wide surveys of Indonesian Borneo
Susan Cheyne, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, University of Oxford

2011 Protecting the Sunda clouded leopard and its critical habitat in East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo
Brent Loken, Simon Fraser University

2011 Status and Conservation Needs of the Sunda Clouded Leopard (Neofelis diardi) on Borneo: A Comprehensive Threat & Distribution Assessment, including Implications for Regional and Transnational Habitat Connectivity (YEAR 3)
Anthony J. Giordano and Jedediah Brodie, LifeScape International

2011 Felid Education in Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra
Karen Povey and Iding Achmad Haidir
2010 Consequences of different forest management strategies for clouded leopards and other felids and viverrids in Sabah, Malaysia

2010 Ranging behavior, and demography of a little known solitary felid: An intensive, long-term camera-trap investigation of the Ulu Segama Sunda clouded leopard population
Andrew Hearn and Joanna Ross, Global Canopy Programme

2010 The Clouded Leopards and Small Cats of Sumatra: Conflict Mitigation in the Face of a Quickly Rising Human Population
Jennifer McCarthy, Indonesian Wild Cat Conservation Project

2010 Conservation Genetics of Threatened and Endangered Bornean Wild Cats in Sabah, Malaysia
Daniel Pamin, University of Malaysia, Sabah

2010 Status & Conservation Needs of the Sunda Clouded Leopard on Borneo
Anthony Giordano, Lifescape International

2010 Survey for Small Felid Species in Select Thailand Reserves and Evidence for Competitive Exclusion by Larger Felids
Megan Baker, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

2010 Sabangau Felid Project, Borneo, Indonesia
Dr. Susan Cheyne, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Oxford University

2010 Wild Cats Education Week Festival, Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia
Iding Achmad Haidir

2010 Southeast Asia Wild Cat Education Initiative
Karen Povey, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium

2010 Community Outreach Support in Thailand’s Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex
Freeland Foundation
2009 Bornean Wild Cat & Clouded Leopard Project
Andrew Hearn and Joanna Ross, Global Canopy Programme, Principal Investigators

2009 Consequences of different forest management strategies for clouded leopards and other felids and viverrids in Sabah, Malaysia
Andreas Wilting, Leibniz Institute of Zoo and Wildlife Research, Principal Investigator

2009 Conservation Genetics of Threatened and Endangered Bornean Wild Cats in Sabah, Malaysia
Daniel Pamin, Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, University Malaysia Sabah

2009 A comparison of the abundance of medium- and large-mammals within a primary rainforest and palm oil plantation of Borneo
Nathan Roberts, University of Cumbria

2009 Effects of Fragmentation, Habitat Conversion, and Hunting on Clouded Leopard Abundance and Distribution in East Kalimantan
Rustam, Tropical Rainforest Research Center, Mulawarman University and Anthony J. Giordano, S.P.E.C.I.E.S, Principal Investigators

2009 Southeast Asia Wild Cat Education Initiative
PeunPa Outreach Staff Funding, Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai Forest Complex, Thailand

2009 Status, distribution and ecology of small wild cats in Assam, India with a focus on the clouded leopard, Neofelis nebulosa as the flagship species
Dr. Jimmy Borah and Dr. Karabi Deka, Alliance for Research and Conservation of Wild (ARCW), Principal Investigators

2008 Borneo Wild Cat and Clouded Leopard Project
Andrew Hearn and Joanna Ross, Global Canopy Programme, Principal Investigators

2008 Consequences of Different Forest Management Strategies for Clouded Leopards and Other Felids and Vverrids in Sabah, Malaysia
Andreas Wilting, Leibniz Institute of Zoo and Wildlife Research, Principal Investigator

2008 Effects of Severe Deforestation and Habitat Fragmentation on Clouded Leopard Status – Implications for Regional Connectivity
Anthony Giordano, The Society for the Preservation of Endangered Carnivores and their International Ecological Study, Principal Investigator

2008 The Status Survey of Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) in Langtang National Park, Nepal
Bhupendra Prasad Yadav, Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation, Nepal/Red Panda Network Nepal, Principal Investigator

2008 Southeast Asia Wild Cat Education Initiative: PeunPa
Outreach Staff Funding

2007 Clouded Leopard Phylogenetics Study
Andreas Wilting, University of Wurzburg, Germany, Principal Investigator

2006 Consequences of Forest Disturbance on Carnivore Distribution in Sabah, Malaysia
Andreas Wilting, Leibniz Institute of Zoo and Wildlife Research, Principal Investigator

2006-2005 Southeast Asia Wild Cat Education Initiative: The Clouded Leopard’s Secret Storybook
Karen Povey, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Principal Investigator

2006 Wildlife Protection in Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park
Wildlife Alliance, Principal Investigators

2006-2004 Carnivore Monitoring Project, Khao Yai National Park, Thailand
Wildlife Alliance, Smithsonian’s National Zoo, Principal Investigators

2005-2004 Borneo Clouded Leopard Survey, Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia.
Andreas Wilting, University of Wurzburg, Germany, Principal Investigator

2005-2004 Southeast Asia Wild Cat Education Initiative: Wild Cats of Southeast Asia Educators’ Guide
Karen Povey & Wendy Spaulding, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Principal Investigators

2005–2003 Conservation Genetics of Cats in Thailand
Lon Grassman, Jan Janeka, Texas, A&M University, Principal Investigators

2003Green Forest Magazine: Cats of Vietnam
Education For Nature, Vietnam, Principal Investigator

2002 Clouded Leopard Education Festival, Khao Kheow Open Zoo, Thailand
Karen Povey, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Principal Investigator

2002 Clouded Leopard Awareness Project, Goalpara Forest Division, Assam, India
Ranjit Konwar, Assam Forestry Department, Principal Investigator

2001-2000 Carnivore Survey, Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
Lon Grassman, Texas A&M University, Principal Investigator