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in the New Year
Plant a Tree

Asia’s disappearing forests are leaving wildlife increasingly stranded and isolated…


In the new year, buy a tree to plant in the forests to help endangered gibbons there survive

In East and Southeast Asian forests, gibbons are one of the more charismatic primate species, which is also an indicator of forest quality and intactness because gibbons move through the forest leaping from one tree to another. In forests that are being fragmented, the gibbons become isolated in small forest patches and eventually the population will die out in that area.


Gibbon populations are in decline in Myanmar, as elsewhere in Asia, because of forest fragmentation making urgent forest restoration crucial to save these populations.


That’s why WWF is working to restore forests in selected sites in the country to connect forests to conserve eastern Hoolock gibbons (Hoolock leuconedys) in the proposed Zalon-Taung National Park, where the populations have become increasingly isolated in fragmented forest patches. The management plan for the proposed national park calls for planting trees in the degraded areas to reconnect the forest patches.

Located in northern Sagaing Region, the proposed national park extends to an area approximately 244 square kilometres (94.16 sq miles), which has been identified as a long-term conservation-significant site for eastern Hoolock gibbons and other threatened species such as the Asiatic black bear, dhole, pangolin, clouded leopard.

As one of the few sites in Myanmar that’s home to the eastern Hoolock gibbon, the proposed ZNP is crucial for the future survival of the species, which is under threat from hunting and habitat loss. But the proposed ZNP has suffered habitat degradation along the stream beds due to illegal gold mining. While mining activity has stopped, the impacts remain severe and will require intensive rebuilding.

Plant a tree for Gibbons

Help us restore forests by funding: 1 tree for HK$250, 3 trees for HK$750, 6 trees for HK$1,500, 10 trees for HK$2,500, or 20 trees for HK$5,000.



3,000 TREES


Thank you:

Man Ying Beta Ngan has donated HK$250.00
Property J has donated HK$750.00
Pui Sze Olivia Kwok has donated HK$100.00
Yin Kwok has donated HK$100.00
Connie Chak has donated HK$250.00
Pui Sze Olivia Kwok has donated HK$100.00
Cordelia Bradley has donated HK$1,000.00
Thomas Gomersall has donated HK$5,000.00
NAKTAC CHEUNG has donated HK$2,000.00
Tse Ying Eva Sin has donated HK$111.00
tsz tung Chan has donated HK$111.00
Cheuk Yan Crystal Tse has donated HK$100.00
Sin yi Lam has donated HK$50.00
Chun Kavan Lau has donated HK$750.00
HOI YAN SIU has donated HK$500.00
Christine Chung has donated HK$250.00
Wai Nang Chan has donated HK$250.00
Marshall Wace Asia Limited Marshall Wace Asia Limited has donated HK$250.00
Shek wah Cheung has donated HK$750.00
Wing Yin Ho has donated HK$250.00
Leung Chik Yang has donated HK$250.00
Chun Ngai Ko has donated HK$250.00
AndrewIris Hui has donated HK$168.00
Wai Yin Chong has donated HK$5,000.00
Chui Lai Tam has donated HK$2,000.00
Yin Ming Fiona Tse has donated HK$500.00
Oi man Cheng has donated HK$250.00
PUI YING KWOK has donated HK$500.00
Wing Kwong Lai has donated HK$20,000.00
Laura Lee has donated HK$250.00
Shuwen Yu has donated HK$250.00
Ryan Szeto has donated HK$250.00
Nga Man Chan has donated HK$250.00
Kathleen Mulrenan has donated HK$750.00
鍾明 has donated HK$250.00
林昱辰 has donated HK$250.00
Carys Jim-Lee has donated HK$250.00
Yiheng Zhao has donated HK$250.00
Thomas Gomersall has donated HK$250.00
Tellus Chow has donated HK$250.00
Peter Cornthwaite has donated HK$2,500.00
Peter Cornthwaite has donated HK$250.00
Simon Tong has donated HK$250.00

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