Crisis to Biological Management: rhinoceros, grassland and public engagement
Professor Richard Kock
ZSL - Zoological Society of London
Host Country Institutions:
NTNC - National Trust for Nature Conservation, IUCN, DNWPC - Department of National Parks and Wildlife Nepal
To re-establish effective capacity, systems, management and motivation for the conservation of the endangered Greater one-horned rhinoceros and the Terai grassland habitat in Nepal.
a) Improved capacity and systems to monitor rhinos and for anti-poaching.
b) Improved biological management of rhino populations and habitat.
c) Community support and improved benefits. Less human-rhino conflict.
d) Better governance, science based conservation, stakeholder integration.
e) Publications and publicity.
Related Projects: Conserving Nepal rhinoceros and Teria grassland habitat in a changing community context
, Snow leopards and people: natural resource management I Manaslu Himalaya Nepal