Cambodia Bird Guide Association

We are a Cambodian registered wildlife conservation NGO that works with rural communities and the royal government of Cambodia to preserve the wildlife and natural resources of this country and mainly in the Northern Plains and Tonle Sap Floodplains under MoU with Ministry of Environment of Cambodia

Online Volunteering

Below is a list of online tasks we would love help with!
Content Writing
Write a funding grant proposal 10 - 15 hours
Research & recommend funding options 30 - 40 hours
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Video Creation
Create a fundraising video 20 - 30 hours
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Contact Person

#0203, Salakamreuk Road, Wat Damnak Village, Salakamreuk Commune, Siem Reap, Angkor, Siem Reap, Cambodia.
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Additional Info about Us

5 to 10 people

We have: admin to cover the admin stuffs, finance, community and guide coordinator who has to deal with relevant stakeholders, reservation officers who fully support all bookings, itineraries and such...

Cambodian Bird Guide Association is a local wildlife conservation NGO registered with the ministry of Interior of Cambodia. Our story was started by a group of passionate Cambodian conservationists who are committed to helping educate people about the wildness and working to ensure that our planet is protected for future generations and generating sustainable income for local communities.

We also an Ecotourism operator, a specialized running wildlife viewing tours throughout Cambodia. Alongside, rural communities and the government of Cambodia, Community-based EcoTourism (CBET) was initiated. CBGA’s objectives are to help reducing poverty in the rural communities, providing sustainable livelihoods from Ecotourism in return for agreements no wildlife hunting and land conversion. We also generate funds from Ecotourism to support the wildlife conservation projects at the sites we visit. We promote Cambodia’s natural heritages to the world and educate the locals and youths to start protecting their rich biodiversity of wildness engaging in our Environmental Education Program (EEP) and Birder Club.