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  • Shortlisted candidates re-announcement

    As per the shortlisted announcement made in MoAF website on dated 22nd Sep,2016.The following shortlisted candidates couldn’t report to attend selection interview due to coinciding with LG election for the post of 2 Nos  Elephant Mahout (GSP II) and 1 No cattle watcher(GSP) as details mentioned below:

    Note: Once again the shortlisted candidates are requested to report for the Selection Interview as scheduled below, filling which his/her selection will not be entertained. The following documents must be produced in original during the time of interview: Continue reading  Post ID 6440

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  • Himalayan black bear rescued in Gasa

    A rescued female bear
    A rescued female bear

    Gasa: On 25 September at 3:45 pm, the Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP) received a call from Mr. Tshering, Beat In-charge for lower Khamey who reported about a bear being trapped in the snare of Aum Chimi in Kagongmo village. The snare made up of a high tension cable was set up by her husband to trap wild boar who had damaged their paddy fields.

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  • Report on Aja Nye and Nye Chen Phunyingla

    The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment has documented a report on the sacred sites of Aja Ney in Mongar and Ney Chen Chen Phunyingla in Lhuentse. The report highlights the sacred circumambulatory routes, spiritual significance and traditional belief system used to regulate visits to these sacred sites.

    View Full Report HERE

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  • Regional Boot Camp on Wildlife study design and data analysis completes

    cBumthang: Twenty-two participants from Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and India completed a ten-day regional boot camp on Wildlife study design and data analysis. It was organised at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE), Lamai Goempa which successfully completed on September 23.

    The camp was intended for people who are involved in wildlife research using techniques such as presence/absence surveys or mark-capture or those who need to understand the results of this research. It was jointly organised by UWICE and Biodiversity Conservation Society of Sarawak (BCSS), Malaysia.

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