Zoo Outreach Organization &
Wildlife Information Liaison Development

 


 ZOO/WILD's Current Activities . . .        
FWB2015

Workshop on Freshwater biodiversity Conservation

A two-day workshop on freshwater biodiversity conservation was organized jointly with the Department of Zoology, St. Philomena’s College, Mysuru and Zoo Outreach Organization, Coimbatore. 46 selected students from the Dept. .....

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World Wildlife Day 2015

ZOO’s World Wildlife Day celebration at Govt. Welfare School

On 20th December 2013, United Nations General Assembly decided to declare 3rd March as World Wildlife Day and the date is the day of the adoption of the CITES in 1973. .....

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Climate Change

International Conference on Climate Change, Gwalior, February 2015

5th Int'l Conf. on Climate Change and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources, attended by B.A. Daniel was organised by Department of Life Sciences .....

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WWD2015

World Wetlands Day - "Wetlands for our Future" (02 February 2015)

Zoo Outreach Organisation arranged an awareness programme to commemorate the day. It was held at the Govt. High School, Nathegoundanpudur, Coimbatore .....

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On-going Projects

Survey on species threats and Conservation Outreach Programmes for Indian Pangolin (Manis crassicaudata) in Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu, India

Pangolin

Integrating teaching and folklore theatre to promote HECx in Tamil Nadu, India

HECx IEF

Human Elephant Conflict Impact Assessment and Awareness on Human Elephant Coexistence in Coimbatore, India

HECx

Taunting Elephants must stop

UFAW Ele

MOSI Project (Mosquito Onset Surveillance Initiative)

MOSI 3

The Indian Alliance for Zero Extinction

Conserving livelihood and Semnopithecus ajax: Crop protection and conflict mitigation in communities around Khajjiar-Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary

Evaluation and impact of Chytridiomycosis on the endemic, highly threatened amphibians of the Western Ghats.

Assessment of South Asian butterflies for conservation prioritization

   Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) Project

i) Enhancing Knowledge about the Conservation Status of Globally Threatened Species in the Western Ghats, with a Particular Emphasis on Reptiles.

ii) Protected Area Analysis With Respect to Freshwater Biodiversity and Reptile Assessments, and Development of National Policy for Inclusion in Legislation.

iii) Enhancing biodiversity conservation and local livelihoods in the Anamalai Corridor

Theni

ZOO'S PRINT Magazine

ZPM

JOURNAL OF THREATENED TAXA

JoTT