Conserving the critically endangered Bengal Florican - a Terai flagship species
Host Country Institutions:
BNHS - Bombay Natural History Society, Bird Conservation Nepal
Develop, demonstrate and advocate conservation measures for Bengal Florican in India and Nepal
1. Knowledge of threats and distribution of Bengal florican in India and Nepal enhanced.
2. Management techniques to produce suitable Bengal florican habitat in and around Protected Areas developed and trialled.
3. Local communities, Senior Protected Area decision makers, relevant conservation organisations and local Bengal florican Conservation Groups are aware of management techniques for Bengal florican.
4. Capacity for Bengal florican Conservation Programme in India and Nepal built, sustainability and legacy of project outputs secured.
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