Deadline: 15 December 2016
The Oriental Bird Club (OBC) is seeking applications for its conservation work and conservation awareness projects with an aim to promote bird conservation in the Oriental Bird Club region.
- Projects benefiting Globally Threatened bird species.
- Projects benefiting threatened habitats that are important for bird conservation.
- Projects undertaken by Asian residents.
- Small awards of up to £1500 are offered for projects involving threatened bird species and their habitats or to raise conservation awareness.
- These awards may include student expeditions but such proposals should involve local counterparts and have an emphasis on training.
These projects should be completed within 12-18 months.
- Asian residents and conservationists are welcome to apply for the OBC Small Conservation Grants.
- Awards are offered two times each year. Most grants will be awarded in July and the closing date for applications will be 31 March in each year. A smaller number of grants will be awarded in January, specifically for projects that have to start before July (such as survey work in the northern breeding season). The deadline for early grant applications is 15 December in each year. A final report will be required for all projects within 6 months of completion.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted via email at the address given on the website.
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For more information, please visit Oriental Bird Club.