Videos

Conservation Conversations with Dr K. Ullas Karanth

 

In Episode-3 of Conservation Conversations, renowned wildlife biologist, Dr. K. Ullas Karanth, Director for Science in Asia for Wildlife Conservation Society, talks about the role of science in conservation in India.

 

In Episode-2 of Conservation Conversations, renowned wildlife biologist, Dr. K. Ullas Karanth, Director for Science in Asia for Wildlife Conservation Society, talks about human-wildlife coexistence within Protected Areas in India.

 

In Episode-1 of Conservation Conversations, renowned wildlife biologist, Dr. K. Ullas Karanth, Director for Science in Asia for Wildlife Conservation Society, talks about wildlife recovery in India.

 


The Crossroad

The Crossroad documents the beginning of Wildlife Conservation Society India Program’s efforts to facilitate connectivity for wildlife in the Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong landscape in Assam, India, while minimising negative interactions between wildlife and people. For this project, WCS India works with Balipara Tract and Frontier Foundation, Amalgamated Plantations Pvt Ltd. and most tea plantations in the landscape.

 

This project is led by Dr. Varun Goswami and Dr. Divya Vasudev, and is partly supported by the US Fish and Wildlife Service – Asian Elephant Conservation Fund and the Department of Science and Technology – Government of India’s INSPIRE Faculty Award.

 


25 Years with Tigers

Making room  for nature – by helping people

Dr. Ullas Karanth on Tiger Conservation

Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey

Mindless Mining (English)

The Truth About Tigers (English)

A New Hope for Wild India

The New Conservationists

The Science of Counting Tigers:

25 Years with Tigers (Kannada)