Himalayan Nature has started monitoring the nesting ecology of the King Cobra in Central Nepal. This is the first study of its kind in Nepal, and we hope to understand habitat-specific nesting ecology of the species in this mountainous terrain.
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The grasslands in and around Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve (SWR) are under immense pressure from livestock grazing. Overgrazing has been identified as the major cause of decline in grassland habitat and animals in this area. Close to 10,000 cattle graze freely in the core and peripheral areas of the reserve every day. This poses a threat […]
As part of the IUCN/KfW funded Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme, Himalayan Nature, with the support of the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), has implemented the Supporting Trans-boundary Tiger Recovery in India and Nepal project in collaboration with the National Trust for Nature Conservation and the Government of Nepal. The study sites under Himalayan […]
Dr. Charles McDougal 1930 to 2016 Dr. Charles McDougal PhD passed away peacefully on 11 May 2016 in Kathmandu. Always known as Chuck, he was a leading tiger ecologist, conservationist, researcher and writer, who pioneered responsible wildlife tourism standards in South Asia. He is survived by his devoted wife Margie, and children Robert, Juan Carlos, […]
“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 […]