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February 11, 2016

Happy Losar 2016!

The Board of Directors, Executive Director, Members and Staff of Royal Society for Protection of Nature wish you Happiness and Wellbeing. Happy Losar – 2016!
February 6, 2016

Celebrating the Royal Birth of His Royal Highness the Gyalsey!

 
February 4, 2016

Annual Black-necked Crane Count for Bhutan for 2015-2016 Winter Period

By February the migration of Black-necked Cranes (Grus nigricollis) from China is usually considered complete. The number of Black-necked Cranes in various habitats in the country […]
December 25, 2015

Buli Environment Management Committee members visited Gangtey-Phobji wetland

A total of 20 members from Buli Environment Management Committee (BEMC), Zhemgang successfully completed the wetland conservation and management study tour to Gangtey and Phobji from […]
December 21, 2015

Strengthening conservation of critically endangered White-bellied Heron

The second international workshop, themed “Fostering international co-operation for conservation of the critically endangered White-bellied Heron” on conservation of White-bellied Heron was organized by the Royal Government […]
December 11, 2015

A new record to Bhutan’s bird list

The preliminary checklist on birds of Buli was conducted from 6th to 9th of October 2015 as a part of the Biodiversity assessment of Buli Wetland, funded by […]
December 1, 2015

Water Programme Inception meeting held and MoU signed with Samtse Dzongkhag

Royal Society for Protection of Nature has been implementing the SDF funded project on “Strengthening Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services” in two Gewogs of Phuntshopelri […]
November 27, 2015

Local conservation group formed for wetland conservation project

For conservation to succeed in a community, equal community participation on conservation & institutionalization of committee in community is viewed most essential constituent to exist and […]
November 6, 2015

Black-necked Cranes arrive in Phobjikha

November 6, 2015: Finally after a long long long wait, the Black-necked Cranes arrived in Gangteng-Phobji valley in Wangduephodrang, its largest non-breeding habitat in Bhutan. A total […]
November 6, 2015

Communities in project areas in Samtse trained on masonry

Having access to sanitation is a basic human right, yet almost a third of the world’s population suffer on a daily basis from a lack of […]