Pamudhurty Anur Reddy
Pamudurthy Anur Reddy has joined WCS-India as Project Leader, Combatting Wildlife Trafficking. He brings with him a long and rich experience in the Indian Forest Service from the Karnataka cadre, beginning with an initial stint in the districts of Western Ghats to retiring as PCCF & Chief Wildlife Warden in 2017.
With a double post-graduate degree and a M.Phil to his credit, Mr Reddy also specialized in Wildlife Management from the Wildlife Institute of India, following which he was posted as Deputy Conservator of Forests of Chamarajanagar division. Promoted as Conservator of Forests he was later posted as Director, Environment in Mysore Minerals Ltd. Posted back to headquarters in the Wildlife wing, Mr Reddy was promoted as Chief Conservator of Forests. He did a two-year stint as Director, Environment at Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation following which he was made the Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and spent a tenure as MD, Jungle Lodges & Resorts. He then returned to headquarters as Nodal Officer, Forest Conservation from where he was promoted as PCCF & Chief Wildlife Warden. He retired from service in July 2017.
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