Alliance for Zero Extinction

Formed in 2000 and launched globally in 2005, the Alliance for Zero Extinction(AZE) engages 88 non-governmental biodiversity conservation organizations working to prevent species extinctions by identifying and safeguarding the places where species evaluated to be Endangered or Critically Endangered under IUCN-World Conservation Union criteria are restricted to single remaining sites.

http://www.zeroextinction.org/

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Connected Sites


Alejandro de Humboldt National Park: Campephilus principalis (Ivory-billed Woodpecker), Chondrohierax wilsonii (Cuban Kite)
Blue and John Crow Mountains: The BJCM contains two of Jamaica’s five Alliance for Zero Extinction sites (AB ev): Jamaican Peak Frog and Jamaica Petrel
Cape Floral Region: Table Mountain: Heleophryne rosei (Table Mountain Ghost Frog)
Central Highlands: Various in Horton Plains and Agra-Bopats, the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary and Knuckles Range
Galapagos Islands: Áreas costeras de Fernandina y del occidente de Isabela: Camarhynchus heliobates (Mangrove Finch), Isla Española: Phoebastria irrorata (Waved Albatross)
Gough and Inaccessible Islands: Gough Island: Diomedea dabbenena (Tristan Albatross), Rowettia goughensis (Gough Bunting), Pterodroma incerta (Atlantic Petrel)
Greater Blue Mountains: Microstrobos fitzgeraldii
Gunung Mulu: Pelophryne api
Henderson Island: Pterodroma atrata (Henderson Petrel)
Kahuzi-Biega National Park: Dendromus kahuziensis: Mount Kahuzi African Climbing Mouse
Lord Howe Island: Nyctophilus howensis (Lord Howe Long-eared Bat) and Gallirallus sylvestris (Lord Howe Woodhen)
Manas Wildlife Sanctuary: Porcula salvania (Pygmy Hog)
Manu National Park: Bryophryne cophites (a frog species)
Mount Emei, including Leshan Giant Buddha: Emei Shan Natural and Historical Heritage Reserve: Rana chevronta
Mount Kenya: Grammomys gigas (Giant Thicket Rat)
Mount Nimba: Arthroleptis crusculum, Hyperolius nimbae, Nimbaphrynoides liberiensis, Hipposideros lamottei (Lamotte's Roundleaf Bat)
Simien National Park: Capra walie (Walia Ibex)
Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves: La Amistad and Surrounding Areas: Oedipina grandis; Cordillera de Talamanca Norte: Oedipina altura AND Oedipina paucidentata
Taï National Park: Hyperolius nienokouensis, Amietophrynus taiensis
Tsingy de Bemaraha: Avahi cleesei (Bemaraha Woolly Lemur), Boophis tampoka
Ujung Kulon National Park: Rhinoceros sondaicus (Javan Rhinoceros)
Wet Tropics of Queensland: Daintree National Park: Cophixalus concinnus (Beautiful Nursery-frog)

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