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  • Officials create awareness on consequences of feeding wild animals

    Awareness on feeding wild animals being carried out at Thimphu-Phuentsholing highway

    Thimphu, August 9: An awareness campaign on feeding wild animals along the highways was organised at Gangkha (2km from Chunzom, Thimphu-Phuentsholing highway), Thimphu-Paro highway and Rinchending check post. It was organised by the Department of Forests and Park Services jointly with Royal Bhutan Police and Road Safety Transport Authority.

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  • Announcement for Auction of Seized Forest Products

    The Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Bumthang will be selling seized Picrorhiza (Picrorhiza Kurrooa) through open auction on 24th August, 2018 at 11.00 AM at Chhoekhor Park Range Office, Thangbi. The interested buyers with valid Trade License are hereby invited to participate in the auction. For further information, please contact at 17300700 or 17751601

     

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Royal Manas National park, Gelephu is pleased to announce the vacancy for 2 Nos (GSP II) for the post of  elephant Mahout under Manas Range.

    The application should be submitted latest by 20th August 2018 to Adm section under Royal Manas National park Gelephu.

    1. Applicant should be a Bhutanese citizen
    2. Age between 18-50 yrs old
    3. Medical fitness certificate
    4. Drugs test certificate
    5. Security clearance certificate
    6. Application (mention contract No)
    7. Citizen ID photocopy
    8. Employment application form (Annexure 4/1
    9. Experience certificate if any

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  • International Tiger Day celebrated

    This year, the International Tiger Day was celebrated at Norbugang Primary School, Nganglam in Pemagatshel on July 29. The Global Tiger Centre in Gelephu and the Royal Manas National Park (RMNP) led the celebration with a theme, ‘Monks and Farmers for Tiger Conservation’.

    More than 500 people including farmers from all chiwogs of Norbugang, forestry officials and others gathered. The Drangpon of the Nganglam Drungkhag Court graced the day.

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