Eastern Himalayas

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2017

Eastern Himalayan Naturenomics™ Forum 2017 Photo Credit: Jeevan, Courtsey Pixabay

The distinctive richness of the Eastern Himalayas can be attributed to its colorful biodiversity, numerous niche ecosystems, and vibrant communities. Understanding the dynamics, structure, and functioning of these systems adds an enormous complexity to not only their conservation and restoration, but also in engaging stakeholders and finding innovative long-term solutions.

Recommenced Waste Management Project - First Workshop

Recommenced Waste Management Project

On the 2nd day of this month at 10.00am, we have successfully re-started the Waste Management Project at Wild Mahseer. The workshop was organized to train the staff and consultants at Wild Mahseer including the Eastern Himalaya Botanic Ark. Naturenomics™ lead, Mr. Gautam Baruah and Manu Saikia explained the process of managing waste developed from the respective bungalows and rest of the area. They were supported in their endeavour by the Wild Mahseer consultants. The whole process has started with a new enthusiasm with the aim of maintaining the process regularly by all members of the campus.. They were also told about the relationship of good health and hygiene to waste management.

Shubhendu Sharma: How to grow a tiny forest anywhere

Shubhendu Sharma: How to grow a tiny forest anywhere
Shubhendu Sharma: How to grow a tiny forest anywhere

Red Panda, West Bengal

Red Panda, West Bengal

Red Panda, West Bengal
Photo Credit: Nikhil B. Vatsal

 

Golden Langur, Assam

Golden Langur, Assam

Photo Credit: Saurabh Sawant

Medo Pit-Viper, Arunachal Pradesh

Medo Pit-Viper, Arunachal Pradesh

Photo Credit: Debabrata Phukon

Melanistic Asian Golden Cat, Arunachal Pradesh

Melanistic Asian Golden Cat, Arunachal Pradesh

Photo Credit: Pakke Forest Department

French Duke, Arunachal Pradesh

French Duke, Arunachal Pradesh

Photo Credit: Varun Satose

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