Bat Acoustics & Handling Training

Bat acoustics and handling training was conducted at Central Department of Zoology, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. The training was supported by Rufford Small Grants, UK under the project entitled “Habitat

“Journey for the conservation of Pangolin in Nepal”

On 21 April 2017, Ms Tulshi Laxmi Suwal, President of Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF), was invited by Environmental Graduates in Himalaya (EGH) as a guest speaker in

Sharing on “Audio Visual as tool for Research”

On 9 April, SMCRF organised an event inviting Mr. Kaustuv Neupane to present his sharing on “Audio Visual as tool for Research”.  Mr. Neupane is academically trained in Zoology and Rural

DISTRICT LEVEL INTERACTION ON INTER RELATION BETWEEN THREATENED WILDLIFE AND ECO-TOURISM IN DHADING

A district level interaction was held in Nilkandha municipality, Dhading on 24 March 2017 about the inter-relation between the threatened wildlife and eco-tourism. Mrs. Tulshi Laxmi Suwal, President and pangolin

World Pangolin Day 2017 celebrated successfully

Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF) celebrated World Pangolin Day, 2017 in collaboration with Greenhood Nepal (GN) and Resources Himalaya Foundation (RHF) with financial support from Hariyo Ban Program,

SMCRF felicitated at Nepal Owl Festival 2017

Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF) was felicitated for its outstanding work by Friends of Nature during Nepal Owl Festival 2017. The Owl Festival was held on 3-4 February

Training on “Community Based Pangolin Conservation Program” at Sankhu

Lapsephedi Section Forest Office, Sankhu, Kathmandu organises one day “Community Based Pangolin Conservation Program” on 7th February 2017 at Lapsephedi Section Forest Office, Sankhu. More than fifteen participants from different community forest user

Small Mammals Hiking in Kathmandu Valley- 4 February 2017

The “Small Mammals Hiking Programme” was held 4 February 2017 in Bajrabarahi forest in Lalitpur. The program was attended by the more than 20 small mammals and Birds lovers from

Bat Monitoring program in Kathmandu Valley-21 January 2017

The “Bat Monitoring program in Kathmandu valley” was held 21 January 2017 (third Saturday of every month) at Keshar Mahal Pteropus colony, Kathmandu, Nepal. The program was attended by nine

Bat Documentary Shows

Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF) and its networks: CDZ Small Mammals Club at Central Department of Zoology, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Kathmandu and CDES Small Mammal Conservation Club at

Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation (SMCRF) is celebrating World Pangolin Day, 2017 in collaboration with Greenhood Nepal and Resources Himalayas, funded by Hariyo Ban Program, Nepal.

For details please contact at 9841241458