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  • Vacancy announcement

    The Divisional Forest Office, Wangdue, under Department of Forests & Park Services is pleased to invite applications from eligible Bhutanese nationals for the following vacant post under GSP/ESP category as per the approval of the RCSC OD exercise.

    The application should be submitted to the Chief Forestry Officer on or before 19 Sept, 2016 with the following documents and should meet the following criteria: – Continue reading  Post ID 6339

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  • Short-listed candidates for the post of Sweeper cum Night Guard

    As per the announcement made in MoAF website dated 30th June, 2016 and re-announcement made on dated 19th July 2016, the Divisional Forest Office-Bumthang is pleased to announce the short-listed candidates for the post of 2 Sweeper cum Night guard (ESP) as details mentioned below:

    Note: The short-listed candidates are requested to report for the Selection Interview as scheduled above, failing which his/her selection will not be entertained.

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  • Himalayan Black Bear rescued in Wang Semu this morning

    untitledSeptember 8, 2016, Thimphu: A 110 kg male Himalayan Black bear entangled in its right forelimb and waist was rescued this morning from an apple orchard in Wang Simu, Thimphu.  The bear was reported to have been entangled in a snare set on the barbed wire fence that circumambulates an apple orchard.

    Rescue officials found the bear caught in the snare made out of electric high tension wire. “We had to cut the locally made snare into several pieces, to set free the bear,” said Tsencho tshering, one of the team members who rescued the ensnared bear.

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  • Another Himalayan Black Bear rescued

    September 8, Thimphu: Wildlife Rescue officials, upon receiving information from Paro Forest Division has rescued and released a full grown Himalayan Black bear, on September 5, 2016, from Dawakha, above Dobji Dzong in Paro.

    Paro forest division was reported by one Ap Phuntsho about the bear trapped in a snare by the edge of the field. The division officials relayed the information to the wildlife rescue officials at Taba. According, they rushed to the site with the tranquilizers and paraphernalia.

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