Wednesday, 15 August 2018

An understanding of Biodiversity is crucial to the conservation of Nepal's rich natural resources. We encourage peoples' involvement in conservation of biodiversity. Providing Nepalese people with this knowledge and the skills to conserve our environment is one of our main priorities.

Following activities are conducted for this purpose: Regular Bird watching walks around Kathmandu valley.

  •  Wildlife related educational activities in different school and colleges such as bird painting competition, quiz contest, wildlife survey trainings etc
  •  Provide conservation outreach programs to local people and students

 

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Frogs richness and diversity in the rice fields

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Frog consumption trend in Manaslu Conservation Area

Frogs are declining globally and anthropogenic disturbances are a major factor in local and global amphibian declines. There are eight Paa species of frog recorded in Nepal and are the most exploited frog species for food, medicinal and cultural purposes in the mountainous parts of Nepal. Among them, Paa liebigii and Paa blanfordii breed in the high altitude streams with...

Conservation of Himalayan Musk Deer

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