Galliformes research and conservation Project-Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
This project will develop the permanent monitoring plots, survey the Galliformes and develop the capacity of locals to support long-term monitoring of Pheasants focusing on Cheer Pheasant in the Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Nepal.
Breeding biology of Wood Snipe-Lamtang National Park
Wood Snipe is globally Vulnerable, one of the least known yet most difficult wader species that breeds in subalpine and alpine meadows between 3,650–4,520 m. The project aims to document the breeding biology of Wood Snipe in the alpine habitat of Langtang National Park which remains poorly understo…
Pipar Pheasant Survey
The Piper pheasant survey is the longest-running monitoring initiative project in Nepal. Every two years, Galliformes have been monitored in the Piper area to understand the population trends and present threats to the biodiversity.
Raptor Migration Study in Nepal
Raptor migration study project in Nepal will determine the extent, timing and age class, migration phenology of the Steppe Eagle and other migrating species.
Eagle of the farmlands project-in lowlands of Nepal
The project "Eagle of the Farmlands" has contributed to a better understanding of breeding biology, habitat, and causes of population decline of the Indian Spotted Eagle in Lowland Nepal. Furthermore, the project also minimises the threats to species through the involvement of local people through …
Ecology of the Mountain Hawk Eagle in Nepal
The Mountain Hawk-eagle is one of the high-profile species in the forest of mountain ranges in Asia. However, relatively very few studies have happened, resulting in insufficient information on several aspects of the species. This project deploys the GPS-GSM transmitter and installs a camera trap i…