“The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park in the Central Quang Binh province in Vietnam has been declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. This tropical forest is home to 36 of the more than 750 rare plant species and 89 animal species listed by the Vietnam Red Book as endangered or protected.”
This website has articles, news and links related to Southeast Asia’s wildlife, ecology and environment. Covering Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, the site has links to the latest news releases from the regional online press. The EcoLinks section gives over 200 links to organisations working on environment and wildlife issues. For those interested in environmental programmes, check out EcoVolunteer that gives links to nature groups and NGOs. A section on the site also provides links to websites on Southeast Asia’s fauna. Destination reports on national parks and wildlife areas in the region are available. The EcoFocus section has text and wildlife photographs on various species with particular focus on herpetology and entomology.