“Himalayan Nature sincerely thanks Swarovski Optic for supplying binoculars and spotting scopes for use in our raptor monitoring projected in the foothills of the Annapurna Range. The generosity of Swarovski Optic will insure that Nepalese scientists and interns will have the proper equipment to carry on their research to understand the migration dynamics of Steppe […]
Founded in 2000, Himalayan Nature is an international conservation research institute, initiating scientific research on Himalayan floral and faunal diversity and the broader environment. It is an independent, not-for-profit organization actively working on emerging issues related to the conservation of natural resources, and the improvement of living conditions of people in the Himalayan region. Himalayan […]
Out of 9 species of vulture recorded in the Indian subcontinent including Nepal; 5 species are listed as globally endangered due to rapid (>95%) population decline within one decade after early 1990s. Scientific studies proved that the use of veterinary drug Diclofenac to treat livestock is a main cause behind this decline. Livestock carcass is […]
Himalayan Nature is setting up a bird observatory and field education centre (26 degree 46’57.85”N, 087 degree 08’21.81”E) at a site just north of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve , which is a well-known corridor for migrating birds. This is a special request inviting you to support us through your generous donation. We have recently started […]
Conservation outside specifically designated protected areas can be achieved only when local communities understand and take the initiative in implementing the work. Increasing the awareness of communities is an essential component of conservation programs. This will lead to effective resource utilization and its long term sustainability. Himalayan Nature contributes its part through various activities.