Projects

Supporting Trans-boundary Tiger Recovery in India and Nepal

Supporting Trans-boundary Tiger Recovery in India and Nepal

With less than 3500 tigers left in the wild (2010 status), it is vital to preserve and restore remaining habitat to ensure survival of this endangered species.

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Preparation of Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation Strategy and Action Plan

Preparation of Human-Elephant Conflict Mitigation Strategy and Action Plan

Human-elephant conflict (HEC) has been widely recognized as one of the major conservation challenge in Nepal.

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Habitat Suitability Assessment for Tiger in Trijuga Forest, East Nepal

Habitat Suitability Assessment for Tiger in Trijuga Forest, East Nepal

Surveys between 1987 and 1997 documented only three isolated sub-populations: Chitwan-Parsa, Bardia and Shuklaphanta, with no reported occurrence east of the Bagmati River.

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Organizing Nepal’s first bird observatory - KBO

Organizing Nepal’s first bird observatory - KBO

Himalayan Nature has a permanent field centre known as Kosi Bird Observatory (KBO), serving as the field education and research centre to study bird ecology.

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Vulture Conservation Program

Vulture Conservation Program

Himalayan Nature has conducted several vulture projects. Our "Vulture Conservation Program" is now growing into the "Nepal Raptor Conservation Program (NRCP)" and now working for the conservation of raptor species in Nepal.

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Community-based Conservation of Chinese Pangolin in Bhaktapur, Central Nepal

Community-based Conservation of Chinese Pangolin in Bhaktapur, Central Nepal

Both the pangolin species that occur in Nepal are protected by national and international laws. However, they have received very little scientific attention.

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