RSPN News

April 16, 2010
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Awareness Program on Environment Friendly Electrification in Phobjikha

participants-phobelect17apr10.jpg17 April 2010 - As the long awaited grid electrification started in Phobjikha, RSPN and its stakeholders organized a mass awareness program for the community on 17th April 2010.  The awareness was mainly intended to sensitize the community on the significance of electrification from environmental perspective, safety measures, and also to seek community's cooperation during implementation of the work.
March 23, 2010
Image Gallery

RSPN Retreat 2010

RSPN’s Annual Retreat for 2010 was held in Paro from 10th to 14th March 2010. While we prepare a report on it, please browse our image […]
February 24, 2010
Book Launch

RSPN launched Two Publications on His Majesty’s Birth Anniversary

Book LaunchPRESS RELEASE - 21 February 2010 The Royal Society for Protection of Nature (RSPN) launched two books titled “Bhutan’s Natural Heritage: A Legacy of the Monarchs” and “Nature, Wildlife and People: Living with Nature in Phobjikha Conservation Area” on 21st February 2010, on the occasion of His Majesty’s 30th Birth anniversary.
February 9, 2010
Trainig of CF Executive Members

Training for Community Forest Executive Members

Trainig of CF Executive MembersFrom 4th-7th February 2010, RSPN in coordination with Trashigang Forestry Sector trained executive members of community forest under Kangpara and Thrimshing geogs at Lamyoung in Kangpara (administrative blocks).
February 9, 2010
Regional Climate Change Workshop Participants

Regional Workshop on Climate Change

Regional Climate Change Workshop Participants
Participants of the Workshop

The Royal Society for Protection of Nature in collaboration with Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) organized two days civil society workshop in Punakha. 
January 25, 2010
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Common Leopard: An Elusive Black-necked Crane Predator

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The Royal Society for Protection of Nature has identified one of the elusive predators of the Black-necked Cranes (Grus nigricollos) as the common leopard (Panthera pardus) in Phobjikha valley. With support from the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, nine camera traps were set up around the crane roosting areas. One of the cameras captured a leopard sometime between 4th and 10th January 2010.