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Himalayan Nature and ZSL-Nepal Program has been supporting the government of Nepal to conserve the important wildlife species and their natural habitat through engaging the communities, supporting livelihood of indigenous and marginalised communities

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The Ghodaghodi Lake Area (GLA) is a Ramsar site and Key Biodiversity Area (KBA) in the far-western Nepal. The largest standing freshwater system in lowland Nepal, with high natural capital, it provides ecosystem services and livelihoods for ca. 5,000 households.

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Raptors are an effective indicator of ecosystem health, >50% raptor species in Nepal are nationally threatened - mainly due to anthropogenic activities.

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We monitor migrating raptors from bottleneck areas. This helps us to find out regional population trend of several raptor species in a long run.

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For the species conservation and management perspective it is crucial to understand how the species use their habitat.

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The National Red List of Nepal’s Birds is part of the ongoing National Red Lists of Nepal, a collaborative project between the Government of Nepal and several conservation organizations.

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Special Conservation Sites (SCS) program will identify plants or places that support or may support a wealth of other forms of life.

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