Education programs that channel energies from catapult to curiosity

Statewide biodiversity surveys led by qualified wildlife biologists

Providing safe passage for migrating Amur Falcons

Training local talent on bird and butterfly guiding

Conserving the rich wildlife heritage of Nagaland through nature education, biodiversity surveys and local naturalists training
Conservation Education

As the bulk of Nagaland’s forests fall in community owned areas, a widespread, focused nature education initiative is critical for various stakeholder groups like the Church, schools, markets and villages.

Biodiversity Surveys

Since 2010, we have led or facilitated several biodiversity surveys by teams of ornithologists, lepidopterologists, wildlife biologists, research scholars and wildlife enthusiasts across Nagaland.

Amur Falcon Conservation

The Amur Falcon conservation program is to help stop the killings from 2013 through high-level support, patrolling & enforcement, community engagement and an extensive nature education program.

Birdguide Training

The aim of this programme is to train Naga youth as bird and butterfly watching guides, to provide meaningful employment as well as creating stakeholders for conservation of their natural heritage.

About

Part of the Indo-Malayan Biodiversity Hotspot, Nagaland is home to a unique assemblage of biodiversity. Almost all forested regions are owned by indigenous communities, most of which depend extensively on bush-meat for subsistence.

The Nagaland Wildlife & Biodiversity Conservation Trust uses nature education, conservation awareness and community engagement to reconnect people with nature.