November 6: More than 50 participants including wildlife managers, research scientist and practitioners from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, India, Nepal, Portugal and the United States are attending a week-long regional wildlife symposium at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Lamai Goempa, Bumthang.
Presentations will be delivered on a wide range of topics focusing on monitoring wildlife populations in the Himalayas, non-invasive genetic sampling to monitor biodiversity, non-invasive genetic sampling for tiger population estimation and efficacy of camera trapping in felid research
The symposium will end with a two days training on camera trap data management for Bhutanese field staff. The South Asia Foundation (SAF) is supporting the program.
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