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  • Shortlisted Announcement

    The Royal Manas National Park, Gelephu is pleased to announce the shortlisted applicant for the post of Elephant Mahout and Elephant Ghasi.

    The shortlisted applicants are requested to report with original documents to the Park Manager office,RMNP Gelephu on 14thDec,2015 at 9.30 am for selection interview.

    Sl NoNameCID NoRemarks
    1Mr.Sherab11301001067Mahouth and Ghasi post will be selected as per their interview performance on 14th Dec,2015
    2Mr.Tshering Lektu11315000682

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  • Quotation for Vehicle Hire

    Wangdue Forest Division under the Department of Forests and Park Services would like to invite sealed bids from the eligible owners for hiring of a vehicle under the Biological Corridor Survey program as per the following details:

    Type of VehicleModel YearPeriodRemarks
    Bolero Camper (double cabin) or Toyota Hilux2000 onwards15/12/2015 to 30/01/016Can be extended based on further requirement

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  • Bhutan today has 28 White-bellied Herons thriving

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    December 4, 2015, Lobesa: Bhutan today has 28 White-bellied Heron (WBH) individuals thriving in several river basins, revealed latest population census conducted by Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN) from 27 February to 3 March 2015. With just over 200 in the world, Bhutan has 14 percent of the world’s total WBH population.

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  • Second international workshop to coordinate conservation of WBH held

    IMG_20151201_1458461-4 Dec, 2015, Lobesa: A four-day international workshop with the theme ‘fostering international co-operation for conservation of critically endangered White-bellied heron’ is being held at Lobesa to redefine and agree the White-bellied Heron (WBH) conservation strategy in the WBH range countries such as Bhutan, China, India and Myanmar.

    The workshop is aimed to review 2015’s activities and gain new information about WBH while also providing and sharing additional technical and background information to be integrated into WBH conservation strategies. The presentations on research, activities and new information were made by the international participants from range countries.

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