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WWF signs agreement with Nepal's water commission to protect Himalayan river
WWF Nepal signs a five-year Memorandum of Understanding with Nepal's Water and Energy Commission ...
Lighting up the mountains
WWF awards grant to Nepal's Kangchenjunga Conservation Area Management Council to develop a ...
Breeding tigers for trade soundly rejected at CITES
In a major victory for big cat conservation, raising captive tigers for trade in their parts was ...
Shahtoosh traders arrested
Police in Nepal have arrested three Indian nationals for selling shahtoosh shawls made from the ...
WWF Nepal honored by Government of Nepal
The Government of Nepal conferred an Environment and Development Honor 2007 on WWF Nepal in ...
Only 31 Rhinos in Bardia National Park
The Rhino Count 2007 in Bardia National Park confirms a sharp decline in the rhino population. Only ...
296 wild cattle counted in Chitwan National Park
A census of Gaurs (Bos gaurus), the largest and most powerful of all wild cattle, in Chitwan ...
Climate Witness: Norbu Sherpa, Nepal
Norbu Sherpa, a trekking guide from the small village of Ghat, near Mt Everest, tells how his life ...
Poaching and trade ban top international tiger meeting agenda
WWF and TRAFFIC urge delegates to an international symposium on tigers to oppose the possible ...
Building new bridges
A WWF Nepal briefing updated national and international respresentatives on the organization's work ...
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