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Lessons from the field

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(May 14, 2019) Students of the MSc course in Wildlife Biology and Conservation interacted with conservationists at WCS-India and learnt about the various aspects of conservation applied in the field, as well as the challenges involved. From the ingredients for a good relocation process to how wildlife trade is detected, they were given a quick view of the ground realities.Mr P M Muthanna giving a quick overview of the conservation activitiesAddressing the audience, Mr P M Muthanna, Assistant Director of Conser...

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WCS-India CWT Team meets Asia team

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(May 09, 2019) Bangalore: Dr. Scott Roberton, Director, Counter Wildlife Trafficking Asia and Charlotte Davies, Analyst (CWT) and other WCS staff from Asia visited the WCS-India Bangalore office from 6th to 8th May. WCS-India CWT Team led by Prakriti Srivastava (Country Director),. Sahila Kudalkar (CWT Program Manager), Mridula Vijairaghavan (Legal Adviser), and Aristo Mendis (Researcher) had a productive interaction with the Asia team over the three days, where they exchanged notes on the progress of the CWT ...

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Meeting with Assam Forest Department

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(April 29, 2019) R to L: Mr AK Johari, IFS, Spl PCCF (Biodiversity and Climate Change), Ms. Sahila Kudalkar (WCS-India), Dr. Ranjana Gupta, IFS, PCCF(Wildlife) & CWLW, Ms. Prakriti Srivastava, IFS, (WCS-India Country Director), Mr. Dp Bankhwal, IFS, (retd. CWLW Assam & currently CWT Project Leader, WCS-India) and Mr. M. Hussain, DCF O/o PCCF (Wildlife)Assam: The WCS-India team comprising Country Director Prakriti Srivastava, IFS, Retd. Chief Wildlife Warden (Assam) and Project Leader Combating Wildl...

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Two Day Workshop on Combatting Wildlife Trafficking in Kawal Tiger Reserve

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(April 25, 2019) A two-day training was conducted by WCS-India and Telangana State Forest Department at Kawal Tiger Reserve Forest Office Complex, Nirmal. The training focused on building capacity of forest officers to understand the scale of wildlife trade, impacts of wildlife trafficking, protocols to be followed during investigation, search and seizure, powers entrusted to the forest officers under India’s wildlife protection law and efforts to improve conviction rate of wildlife criminals in the state....

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WCS-India team visits Eaglenest Sanctuary

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(April 24, 2019) L to R: Dr. Umesh Srinivasan, Mr. Millo Tasser, IFS, WCS-India Country Director Prakriti Srivastava ᠌and Ms. Sahila KudalkarWCS-India Country Director Prakriti Srivastava along with Sahila Kudalkar (Program Manager, Combating Wildlife Trafficking) visited Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary and the neighbouring Singchum Community Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh from 19th-22nd April 2019. Dr. Umesh Srinivasan, WCS-India, who has played a crucial role in getting the community together and forming the commun...

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Film Screening: Wilderness Rekindled

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(April 23, 2019) Bangalore: A film screening was held at WCS-India head office in Bangalore. The film, Wilderness Rekindled: Partnering Nagaland's Conservation Movement is made by WCS-India staff Pragyan Sharma and it showcases the work done by the team led by WCS-India scientists Dr. Varun Goswami and Dr. Divya Vasudev.The film, based on a project that started over three years ago, is a journey of how science and community engagement is informing conservation in Nagaland, hand-in-hand with its pe...

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WCS-India team holds talks with BSF Commandant

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(April 17, 2019) The WCS-India team led by Country Director Prakriti Srivastava, IFS met with Mr. Suresh Kumar, Commandant (Training and Establishment), Border Security Force, Guwahati along with the rest of the Combating Wildlife Trafficking team members Ms. Sahila Kudalkar and Mr. Arijit Ghosh. Mr. Kumar and Ms. Srivastava discussed ways to build capacity by training BSF personnel to detect wildlife crime and identify commonly trafficked wildlife species, parts and products.WCS-India plans to take the BSF-WCS ...

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WCS-India team meets Nagaland FD

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(April 16, 2019) The WCS-India team led by Country Director Prakriti Srivastava, IFS along with Program Manager, Combating Wildlife Trafficking Ms. Sahila Kudalkar and Research Associate Mr. Aristo Mendis met with the Chief Wildlife Warden Mr. S.P. Tripathi, IFS along with the Additional PCCF Mr. M.M Ngullie (Territorial), IFS, Wildlife Warden Tokaho Kinimi, IFS, and Deputy Conservator of Forests & Wildlife Warden Mr. Suman WM Sivachar, IFS from the Nagaland Forest Department. The two teams had a productive ...

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TSA-India: Slowly and Steadily winning the conservation race

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(April 14, 2019) The Turtle Survival Alliance India, a close partner of WCS-India, has been doing some amazing work across the Gangetic landscape in Uttar Pradesh and has recently begun to expand activities in parts of the north-east also. WCS-India Country Director Prakriti Srivastava who visited some of the sites with the project team was impressed with the dedication of the team and expressed a need to explore deeper ties with TSA India to foster conservation.Besides its flagship turtle conservation activitie...

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Manipal University Scholars visit WCS-India

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(April 05, 2019) Bengaluru: A team of scholars from Manipal University, Dr.Shyamala Hande, Mr Ranajit Das and Ms.Mohini Gupta, visited WCS-India office and met with the team leaders and learned about some of the ongoing work. The team were introduced to some of the focal areas of conservation undertaken by the organisation. The visit saw a lot of interaction between the Manipal delegation and WCS team leaders. Then they were given an insight into camera trapping and the science involved in wildlife conserva...

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