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An overview of vultures in the world

2nd September, 2020

Vultures are the most successful scavengers in the world, providing crucial ecosystem services to human society. Despite their important role in maintaining a healthy environment, they are highly threatened due to human activities.

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A LOWLAND NEPAL TRIP IN FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2020

6th May, 2020

From 29th February to 13th March I had a Nepal lowland birdwatching trip that started at Sauraha in Chitwan National Park buffer zone and ended at Shuklaphanta National Park.

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Movement study on two rare species of eagle using GPS transmitters in Nepal

31st May, 2019

We deployed GPS transmitters on Mountain Hawk Eagle and Indian Spotted Eagle, this will give us valuable information about the foraging area, habitat requirements and threats to these majestic predatory birds

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Community Managed Vulture Restaurant

1st April, 2019

For the conservation of critically endangered vulture species we have started to operate community managed vulture restaurant since 2013, which is situated in the premise of Ramdhuni forest, Mahendranagar VDC-9, Salbani.

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