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  • Vacancy announcement

    The Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Shariphu, Singye Geog under Sarpang is pleased to announce the following vacancies for the post of ESP under Department of Forest and Park Services for immediate recruitment:

    Submit your complete set of documents to Administration Section under Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary on 5th September 2017 before 5pm. Incomplete documents shall not entertained for shortlisting.

    Document Required
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  • Workshop on Activity Data Generation for FRL/FREL reporting

    1August 14-17, Thimphu: A four day training workshop on Activity Data Generation for Forest Reference Level/Forest Reference Emission Level (FRL/FREL) reporting is underway at Hotel Ariya. Training participants are from the Forest Resources Management Division (FRMD), Watershed Management Division (WMD) and UWICER who are part of the team involved in developing the FREL/FRL for Bhutan. It is facilitated by a resource person Dr. RemiD’annunzio of FAO HQ, Rome.

    The objectives of the workshop are to discuss the tools developed by FAO Forestry Department under the Open Foris initiative (www.openforis.org) to generate activity data suitable for FREL/FRL. It will also present recent developments of the SEPAL platform and train project staff to use of tools designed by FAO to facilitate the production of robust, transparent and accurate activity data for FREL/FRL. It will further build technical capacity in the SEPAL cloud based processing platform (https://sepal.io) that will enable to access different tools such as R, the Open Foris Geospatial Toolkit and built in applications for stratified area estimation or implementation of BFAST algorithm. It will also discuss to combine three land cover maps for 1995, 2010 and 2016 produced by FRMD, to assess forest cover change over the reference period that will be chosen for the FREL. Identified hotspots of change will be also used to carry out dense time series analysis of change through automatic methods.

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  • Third annual mushroom festival held

    A50X094715-16 August, Thimphu: The third annual mushroom festival was held in Geney geog. The opening of the event was graced by Hon’ble Sanam Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji along with senior officials. It was organised by community of Geney geog in collaboration with the National Mushroom Centre (NMC) and the Tourism Council of Bhutan. Currently Geney geog has some eighty members from five chiwogs.

    The festival showcased the different mushrooms for sale, traditional food stalls, local handicrafts, high altitude livestock products, farm tools and cultural programs by community and schools. The event was aimed to help preserve and promote the culture and tradition as well as to improve the livelihood of the community.

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  • Vacancy announcement

    The management of Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park is pleased to announce the vacancy for the following positions.

    Interested candidates may apply to the Administrative Section, Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Tsangkha, Trongsa, latest by September 8, 2017. The following documents should be submitted along with the application.

    1. RCSC Employment Form.
    2. Copy of Citizenship Card.
    3. Copy of Security Clearance.
    4. Medical Fitness Certificate.
    5. No objection certificate ( if employed)
    6. Two passport sized photographs.

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  • Tsirang Forest Division translocated two injured birds

    Pavo cristatus
    Pavo cristatus

    Forestry staffs of Mendrelgang Beat Office, who were on the official duty spotted an injured female peafowl (Pavo cristatus) on July 19 at Balawney village under Barshong geog. With the left leg broken and wound on her chest, she has been fed and taken care by the local residents. Balawney is two hour’s drive from Damphu town with three hours walk from the nearest motorable road. The care giver of the bird said that the injured bird was lying at the side of his paddy field.

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