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Memories of Sally Walker Wildlife’s Wonder Woman 1944-2019
Human Elephant Coexistence HECx |
Street plays
Human Elephant Coexistence HECx |
Awareness programmes for school children
Human Elephant CoeXistence – Sensitization Programme for Stakeholders
30Dec21 – A visit by the Fellows to the Gass Museum at the IFGTB in Coimbatore
WPA Amendment Bill 2021 Comments
by Zooreach 13 Jan 2022
Interacting with invertebrate specialist
Dr. B.A. Daniel
RHATC – A two day crash course on illustrating
for conservation with the world class scientific
illustrators Stephen Nash and Lucille Beth-Nash
RHATC Fellows Interacting with Nicolas Heard:
Understanding research grants with emphasis on
the Mohammad Zayed Species Conservation Fund
Trainers of Training programme
on Hoolock Gibbon Conservation
at Agartala Forest School, Tripura
Capacity Building Training on Hoolock Gibbon
Conservation for forest frontline staff
at Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura
Save Denise’s Friends!Sanjay Molur and the team filming at Chalakudy
BA Daniel and team Initiated the project of reviving & strengthening Joint Forest Management for the promotion & livelihookds in SMTR Srivilliputhur
Tech4Oceans: A Wave of Change (May)Tech Camp to help researchers and technology experts. Priyanka Iyer and Usha R participated and presented a proposal
A wonderful insightful speech by Sanjay Molur at TiE Coimbatore. Watch full video.
15-16 Jul 2022 : Young environment enthusiasts take some time from their daily corporate lives to peek into the world of sustainability backed by scientific rational.
Sanjay Molur and Priyanka Iyer participated in the multi-stakeholders consultative workshop to conserve the recently notified Nanjarayan Bird Sanctuary in Tirupur, Tamil Nadu
ZOO WILD Annual General Body Meeting (FY2021-22)
Saving the Denisoni’s barb film – part 1
Saving the Denisoni’s barb film – part 2
RHATC 22-23: The inaugural of the Ram Hattikudur Advanced Training in Conservation by Zoo Outreach Organization. Welcoming 10 new Fellows. An exciting 4 months ahead of us all.
RHATC 22-23: Achankulam Lake visit, 11 October 2022
RHATC 22-23: Education Mind Map, 13 October 2022
RHATC 22-23: Sessions with The Halycon Experience, Bhavna and Priya on Group dynamics, conflict resolution, and skills.
RHATC 22-23: Payal Mehta and Karthikeyan Srinivasan sharing their life’s work in Nature guiding and training.
RHATC 22-23 Field Visit: A day at the Nilgiri Biosphere Nature Park, Anaikatti.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows learning biogeography, island biogeography, continent formation, and conservation biology principles.
RHATC 22-23: Conservation Education out in the field. Treasure hunt to connect with nature, hone observation skills and experiment with creativity.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows understanding marine fisheries and the growing bycatch issue in India! Setting the stage for understanding ocean biodiversity conservation issues and its complications.
RHATC 22-23: Science and non science with the super interesting and fun astro-educator Obuli Chandran from Mango Education.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows understanding differences between conservation welfare and animal welfare through fiery debates and interesting view points with Sanjay Molur.
RHATC 22-23: In the middle of the very informative and diverse topic of Marine research and Conservation in India with leading expert Dr Biju Kumar.
RHATC 22-23: Riveted by Dr Biju Kumar as he identifies and describes the peculiarities of species found in bycatch.
ZOO’S PRINT |Vol 37, No 10 (2022)
Journal of Threatened Taxa |
Vol. 14 No. 10 (2022)
RHATC 22-23: Byju talks to the Fellows about vultures and the crucial role they play in an ecosystem and the threats they face.
RHATC 22-23: With Mr Srinivas at the Regional Museum of Natural History in Mysore. Spellbound by the stories behind the artifacts.
VFC volunteers interacting with village community and collecting community data.
Hoolock Gibbon Conservation Refresher Course, October 2022.
RHATC 22-23: Conservation education techniques with tiger stripe identification, mask making and adaptation brings fun and learning hand in hand for the Fellows.
RHATC 2022-23: Fellows listening to the ten year journey of conservation leader Vishal Ahuja heading the Chamba Sacred Langur project in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh.
RHATC 22-23: Dr. Mewa Singh a mine of information as he gives the fellows an overview of his primate work over the years.
RHATC 22-23: Discussions and debates with Mohammed Ismail, Project Manager for the Thenmala Macaque Project on various primate-related challenges.
RHATC 22-23: Follow-the-Leader, Trisha Gupta: A superb insightful talk on her work with rays and sharks along the Malvan coast.
RHATC 22-23: Understanding spider anatomy before making sense of IUCN assessments.
ZOO’S PRINT |Vol 37, No 11 (2022)
Journal of Threatened Taxa |
Vol. 14 No. 11 (2022)
RHATC 22-23: Our warm hosts in Mysore Arjun, Geetha and Abhay. Camping on Arjuns farm in Mysore.
RHATC 22-23: At the Mysore Zoo with Tanuja. Using zoos and museums to educate and conduct awareness programs.
RHATC 22-23: At the Liana Trust with Rom, Gerry and Chandini and their team.
RHATC 22-23: Coorg Trip: Some fun, hard labor, stimulating conversations, treks and fantastic wildlife at Rainforest Retreat.
RHATC 22-23: Coorg Trip: Our hosts Dr’s. Sujata and Anurag Goel along with Maya brought new perspectives to organic farming and economic factors in conservation.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows surveyed native riparian trees as part of Neethi Mahesh’s amazing restoration work.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows observing and understanding Lichens with mentor, which are the result of a wonderful friendship shared by Algae, Cynanobacteria, and Fungi.
RHATC 22-23: White Rumped Vultures and Long Billed Vultures, both critically endangered, were spotted during a field trip.
RHATC 22-23: Priya Davidar, a conservation biologist and Scholar, met with fellows and educated them on optimal foraging theory.
RHATC 22-23: RHATC Fellows studying landscape at Moyar Gorge, which divides Mudumalai and Bandipur sanctuaries.
RHATC 22-23: 2 days in Holemathi Nature Information Centre with Dr. Sanjay Gubbi, a renowned conservation biologist, and the team to learn Community involvement and conservation awareness, camera trap population estimation, and his vast experience in large carnivore conservation.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows use drama and role play skills to discuss the Great Nicobar development project fiasco from different stakeholder perspectives.
RHATC 22-23: Interacting with Devi and Ramesh about the importance of organic food. They are co-founders of Bio Basics, which is based in Coimbatore and works to educate and provide the best organic produce in India.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows getting an overview of the overwhelming work under the education vertical by Zooreach in close to 40 years from experienced wildlife educator Marimuthu.
ZOO’S PRINT |Vol 37, No 12 (2022)
Journal of Threatened Taxa |
Vol. 14 No. 12 (2022)
RHATC 22-23: Campaigning for conservation. An invigorating and exciting session with Cara Tejpal.
RHATC 22-23: Fellows hosted an event called ‘Celebrating Conservation,’ where they displayed everything they had learned and created so far in the course.
RHATC 22-23: Dr. Sanjay Molur explaining the guidelines for reintroductions and conservation translocations.
ZOO’S PRINT |Vol 38, No 1 (2023)
RHATC 22-23: Day 1 of Policy and Wildlife with Neha Sinha (Head Conservation and Policy, BNHS).
RHATC 22-23: Follow the Leader: Sachin Rai.
RHATC 22-23: Dr. B.A. Daniel session.
RHATC 22-23: Rameshwaram trip.
RHATC 22-23: SACON trip.
Journal of Threatened Taxa |
Vol. 15 No. 1 (2023)