Conservation and environmental news & publications: Bhutan
The largest cat of all, the tiger is a powerful symbol among the different cultures that share its ...
Lines of defense: Elephant protection in India’s North Bank Landscape
When an elephant calf was found dead on the Sesar tea estate last year in the northeastern Indian ...
Wildlife Trade in South-East Asia
Southeast Asia is a wildlife trade hotspot, functioning as supplier, consumer and a general ...
Factsheet: Asian Rhinoceros
Mysterious, often unseen, and very low in numbers, two of the three Asian rhino species hover on ...
Factsheet: Asian Elephant
The Asian elephant has been worshipped for centuries - now it could be facing extinction in the ...
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Leopard sighted in Bhutan
Imagine coming back from work to find a leopard in your bed! Find out more about a leopard that ...
Asia Pacific Ecoregion Big Wins Update
Nepalese crocodiles head for Bhutan
Bhutan today received two captive-bred gharial crocodiles from Nepal for the country's Gharial ...
WWF and UNDP join forces in Bhutan to conserve nature and reduce poverty
WWF, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Bhutan today agreed to manage a ...
RAPPAM - Bhutan Case Study