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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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  • Three bears rescued in three weeks

    rescue-official-checking-the-bearSeptember 21, 2016, Thimphu: Including the two Himalayan Black bears rescued on September 5 and another one three days later on 8, the wildlife rescue centre in Taba has rescued the third bear in the month on September 18. This one, a male weighing 51 kgs was rescued from right in the periphery of the capital city, behind the pension housing colony.

    Rescue officials expressed their surprise with the boldness of the bear to venture right in the periphery of the town with lots of hustle and bustle. “It was indeed a big surprise to sight a Himalayan Black bear just next to the town,” said a rescue team member, Tsencho Tshering. He said it is unusual for a bear to prowl into an area heavily dominated with human. The heavy vehicular movements should have been too noisy for the bear to bear the nuisance.

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  • Gangtey-Phobji declared as the third Ramsar Site of Bhutan

    ramjarGangtey-Phobji wetlands area in Wangduephodrang, has been included in the List of Wetlands of International Importance (the Ramsar List). This brings the total Ramsar site in the country to three. The other two sites are Bumdeling in Tashiyangtse and Khotakha in Wangduephodrang.

    Wetlands in Bhutan constitute an extensive array of ecosystems, such as lakes, rivers, streams, glaciers, marshes, peat bogs and fens. Functional wetlands are critical segments of the watershed, as they support a high level of biological productivity and diversity, provide habitat for flora and fauna, including rare and threatened communities and species, maintain local and regional hydrological regimes, remove nutrient and pollutants, act as stores for rain/flood water and support human activities and values. Wetlands are recognised to provide fundamental ecosystem services, such as water regulation, filtering and purification, as well as numerous scientific, cultural and recreational values. Wetlands are also important for the maintenance of the broader ecosystem health.

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  • Shortlisted candidates for RMNP

    The Royal Manas National Park (RMNP), Gelephu is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the post of 2 Nos  Elephant Mahout (GSP II) and 1 No cattle watcher (ESP) as mentioned below:

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

    1. Duly filled in Employment Application Form
    2. Valid Medical Fitness Certificate original
    3. Valid Approved status report- Security Clearance
    4. Original Citizen ID card
    5. Other Certificate of Experiences/ Excellence if any

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  • Result Announcement for Sweeper cum Night Guard

    The Divisional Forest Office-Bumthang is pleased to announce the selected candidates for the post of Sweeper cum Night guard (ESP) as details mentioned below:


    Sl: NoName of the Candidate CID. NumberTotal Marks Obtain %Remarks
    1Mr. Karma Gyeltshen1110700341683.40 %Selected
    2Mr. Rinzin Norbu1010200183377.1  %Selected
    3Mr. Sonam Norbu10604000335AbsentNot selected

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