RSPN News

April 8, 2015

Biodiversity richer by one more bird

The Burmese shrike adds itself to a now 693-strong Bhutanese family of feathered friends. UWICE: Bhutan is rich by one more species of bird, the Burmese shrike (Lanius […]
April 1, 2015

RSPN welcomes new Executive Director

The Royal Society for Protection of Nature formally welcomes Dr. Kinley Tenzin as the new Executive Director. The formal handing-taking ceremony was conducted today at RSPN […]
March 6, 2015

Flying towards summer habitat

It is spring again and local people in Phobjikha are busy with their farm works. People have waited for the snow for long. They have tilled […]
February 25, 2015

Observing the Black-necked Cranes in Phobjikha

22nd  February 2015. On 22nd February we woke up at 0430 hours and went to the bird hide after walking for 35 minutes. It was pitch dark with […]
February 24, 2015

An injured adult Black-necked Crane released after rehabilitation.

On 16th February at 0400 hours, on the eve of Lunar new year, two young local boys aged between 10 to 12 came rushing to RSPN’s […]
January 5, 2015

RSPN signs a MoM for a new Community-based Sustainable Tourism Project in Haa

The Royal Society for Protection of Nature signs a Minutes of Meeting with Japan Environmental Education Forum (JEEF) to start a three year project on community-based […]