The last series was presented by one of the pioneer conservationists of Nepal who is now above 75 years, played the most important role in the conservation of rhino and tigers in Nepal.
Himalayan Nature (HN) hopes, excellent presentation inspired new generations to work for the mother nature. Dr. Mishra deserves a lot of cheers for making a lively presentation for everyone.
This time HN is presenting the young conservationists of Nepal, who is no other than Dr. Babu Ram Lamichhane, who is a conservation biologist affiliated to National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC). Dr. Lamichhane has involved in various wildlife conservation and research activities in Nepal primarily in the southern lowland (Terai) region.
Recently, he has completed Ph.D. on human-carnivore interaction from the University of Antwerp (Belgium) and Leiden University (Netherlands). He has published over 40 peer-reviewed scientific articles related to wildlife ecology and conservation.
Dr. Lamichhane is going to deliver a talk on “Tigers in a human-dominated landscape: conflicts to coexistence“. Please get connected to join this series and know how the tiger and human beings exist in the same habitat and the consequences of doing so.
Time: Sunday, 5 July at 5.00 pm Nepal time (please check the poster for more detail).
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