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Retired IFS officer, Mr Anur Reddy (PCCF Wildlife, Karnataka), visited WCS India office for a general discussion on various conservation issues with WCS India Senior staff and Country Director, Ms Prakriti Srivastava.
WCS-India is very excited to announce our partnership with the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) for combating wildlife trafficking in India. WCS-India will collaborate with WCCB to organize interagency, multi-tier capacity building workshops to improve detection, investigation, and prosecution of wildlife crimes in the country.
Over 1000 school students participated at an event organized by WCS-India and HyTiCos to commemorate Global Tiger Day. July 28 & 29, Hyderabad: Walking through the landscape, schoolkids counted the wildlife they saw as also signs of animals all around them. They jotted down what they saw on a sheet of paper. Tigers, elephants, gaur, […]
All are invited for the celebration of “International Tiger Day” which will be held at KBR National Park on 27th July, 2018 and at Nehru Zoological Park in Hyderabad on 28th July, 2018. The event will focus on school kids and the general public. On both the days there will be interactive learning exercises, with […]
Abdul Wahab P V, Member of Parliament from Kerala, met with Prakriti Srivastava, Country Director, WCS-India and her colleagues P M Muthanna and Vinay Kumar M C, Assistant Directors – Conservation, on Sunday. They had a fruitful discussion with the MP at his residence in Nilambur, Kerala.
Managers, conservationists, and scientists working in the grassland landscapes met at NCBS and deliberated on issues related to grasslands, seeking an action plan that could help the government and stakeholders in the management of what is often unfortunately treated as ‘wastelands’. Initiated by WCS-India, the session commenced with Prakriti Srivastava, Country Director, WCS-India pointing to […]
WCS India Staff Jayanand Hambir Darekar has been awarded doctorate degree in sociology from the University of Mysore. His thesis was on “Sociological Insights into People’s Participation in Forestry Programmes: A Study in Uttara Kannada District.” He was guided by Dr. R Indira in his work. WCS India Country Director Prakriti Srivastava congratulates Jayanand on behalf of […]
We are pleased to announce that today WCS India signed an MoU with BSF for combating wildlife trafficking along India’s borders. We will partner with BSF to detect illegal trade of wildlife products and parts across transnational borders through inter-agency training and capacity building.
Team WCS India gathers for light moments with pastries and tea!