Green Wire: Kathmandu's Human-Leopard Conflict, and Nepal's National Greenhouse Gas Inventory
Early in the morning on May 22, 2012, a large male leopard weighing 42 kilos (92.5lbs) had made its way deep into Kathmandu’s urban perimeters.
H5N1(188.8.131.52): American Vaccine Conspiracy, and Other Information and Misinformation On Nepal's Bird Flu Outbreak
UPDATED 7PM (August 13, 2013): The Himalayan Times national daily has still not responded to today’s original post in which […]
Photos: A Day In The Life of Elephants in Nepal
At best, there are 142 resident wild elephants in Nepal. The captive population stands at 208. For this year’s World […]
Nepal Taking The Lead On Conservation Genetics
Technology, when accessible and used well, can be a great equalizer. Here in Nepal a single conservation effort, the Nepal […]