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  • Air Fare Quotation

    The Wildlife Conservation Division, Department of Forests and Park Services, would like to invite air fare rates to and fro between Bhutan and Japan from authorized ticketing agents as per the details specified below:

    Terms and condition:

    • Officially Sealed Quotation is to be submitted “Quotation for air Fair” with appropriate name of the signatory bearing office seal on the company letter head.
    • The Quotation should be submitted on or before 10.October.2016 9:30 Am and will be opened on the same day at 1030.am.
    • Sealed Quotation Should be addressed to Chief Forestry Officer, Wildlife Conservation Division, DoFPS; Taba.
    • The bid will be evaluated on the types of air craft quoted, timing of flight and on top of the rates quoted.
    Sl. NoDate of TravelSectorNo of Passenger
    121.October 2016Paro-Bangkok1Pax EC
    22.Octber 2016Bangkok-Nagoya
    08.October. 2016Bangkok- Paro
    228.October.2016Paro- Bangkok1Pax EC
    29.October 2016Bangkok- Narita
    14. November 2016Narita- Bangkok
    15.November 2016Bangkok- Paro

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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 6443

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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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