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Poaching gangs blamed for tiger density tumble in Nepal park
A Nepal wildlife reserve that boasted the highest density of tigers in the world is just half a ...
New bird for Nepal found in Koshi Tappu
A new species of bird has been recorded at Koshi Tappu bringing the total number of birds in Nepal ...
100 per cent solar electrification in upper Dolpa
KATHMANDU, Nepal – WWF Nepal and various partner organizations have been successful in fully ...
37 gaurs in Parsa Wildlife Reserve
KATHMANDU, Nepal – A recent census has confirmed the presence of 37 gaurs (Bos gaurus) in Parsa ...
Caught on Film: Carnivores in India
CEPF grant recipient Kashmira Kakati shares a report and photos from her camera-trap survey of ...
WWF supports Sagarmatha National Park Buffer Zone Management Committee
Kathmandu, Nepal – WWF Nepal signed a grant agreement with Sagarmatha National Park Buffer Zone ...
Indian rhinos on the move to a better future
After centuries of having their range contracted to the point of extinction, India’s rhinos are on ...
WWF’s 10 years in Kangchenjunga Conservation Area
While poets from Taplejung cited poems, students in Kathmandu participated in a rally to raise ...
Norden Pines briquette plant opens in Bhutan
In a rural farming province of Bhutan, a programme is under way to provide an alternative source of ...
Fourteen plant species new to Nepal identified
A team of ethnobotanists from Kathmandu have recorded 14 new plant species for Nepal recently. The ...
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