Preserving Palau for future generations - PCS!

For: Palau Conservation Society
Koror, Koror, Palau
Organizer: Bola Majekobaje
Preserving Palau for future generations - PCS! (Palau Conservation Society)
$340
of $2,000 goal
17% Complete
Raised by 8 donors

The Story

Whether we are raising awareness about endangered species like the Hawksbill Turtle or the Bekai (far-eastern curlew) or in the field talking to community members about protecting our precious reefs from erosion and sedimentation, PCS is doing this work through the spirit of community and always with the culture and people of Palau in mind. 

Since 1994, PCS has been a leader in conservation and has worked hard to protect Palau for future generations of Palauans. Help us continue this work. Give today!

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Posted on December 12, 2017

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Posted on December 12, 2017

Like any country, Palau has a number of ambassadors who travel the world on the country’s behalf. Perhaps the most traveled of these ambassadors have beaks and feathers and are featured in the new film, “The Winged Ambassadors of Palau.” The film highlights the thousands of migratory shorebirds who call the Peleliu Lkes (sand flats) home for part of the year. Produced by Lightning Strike Productions, the film prominently features the Far-Eastern Curlew known in Palau as the Dellerrok and “money bird”. This globally endangered species is said to be disappearing mainly due to habitat loss along the East Asian Australasian Flyway (EAAF), making the Peleliu Lkes—“one of the last places it can be found”– even more important. \https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mItcl9UB6Yc .       


Posted on December 12, 2017

UpdateImage

Posted on December 12, 2017

Like any country, Palau has a number of ambassadors who travel the world on the country’s behalf. Perhaps the most traveled of these ambassadors have beaks and feathers and are featured in the new film, “The Winged Ambassadors of Palau.” The film highlights the thousands of migratory shorebirds who call the Peleliu Lkes (sand flats) home for part of the year. Produced by Lightning Strike Productions, the film prominently features the Far-Eastern Curlew known in Palau as the Dellerrok and “money bird”. This globally endangered species is said to be disappearing mainly due to habitat loss along the East Asian Australasian Flyway (EAAF), making the Peleliu Lkes—“one of the last places it can be found”– even more important. \https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mItcl9UB6Yc .       

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