Innovation

With an aim of promoting wildlife tourism in the two community forests of Chitwan i.e. Setidevi and Gyaneshwor community forests, we assisted in documenting the mammals, birds and butterflies of the area with support from local people in 2012. The survey recorded globally endangered mammals such as tiger and one-horned rhino. We also conduct biodiversity assessment in the community and other forests upon their request.

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Nepal owl festival started in Nepal in 2012 and is one of the premier conservation event in the country. It is a fusion of culture, conservation and entertainment. Hence its popularity is getting higher every year. This festival highlights the conservation of owls in Nepal. It is also the first of its kind in Asia.
Wildlife research techniques training was initiated with an intention of providing basic wildlife research knowledge, both theory and field based, to students of B.Sc and M.Sc. The training program is organized annually since 2012. This is the first of its kind in the country. Approximately 50 % of the trainees are working in the wildlife research and conservation field, with some doing outstanding work in the field. 
Green school is an effective medium to bring environmental and educational change in schools by positively influencing the mindset of school students. For doing this we have implemented the idea of using natural environment around us for learning. Students are taken out of the classroom for tryst with nature frequently so that they develop a bond with nature. They are also oriented with ideas of conservation and sustainability. The overall goal of the project is to develop the students as green leaders when they grow up.
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