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Call for Participants!

The Bhutan Ecological Society (BES) will be holding its Third Annual Research Symposium and Environmental fair from 27-28 August 2015 at Hotel Druk and Clock tower Square in Thimphu. This Public Benefit event will be dedicated in commemorating the Sixtieth Birth Anniversary of Fourth Druk Gylapo for his glorious services in Himalayan ecosystem...   [Read more]


Community Forest Management Course at UWICE

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The first batch of the three-months course on “Community Forest Management” to the members of community forest management groups started at the institute today. The trainees consist of 6 males and 7 females and they are from Sarpang, Haa, Trashigang, Samtse, Wangdue, Tsirang, and Bumthang Dzongkhags. ..   [Read more]



Gyelpozhing students on an Environmental Expedition

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A group of 26 students, all nature club members, from Gyelpozhing Higher Secondary School earned themselves a chance to go on an environmental expedition after they won 2014’s Bhutan Phenology observation conducted by UWICE. They are accompanied by two focal teachers...   [Read more]



Call for Quotation

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Department of Forests and Parks Services, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Bumthang is pleased to invite sealed bids from eligible Bhutanese Travel agents to kindly submit a quotation for air tickets as per the details specified below:..   [Read more]


Completion of Nature Guiding & Ecotourism Course in UWICE

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The first batch of two months course on “Nature Guiding & Ecotourism Course” which began from 1st May 2015 concluded today with certificate awarding ceremony. During the two-month course, trainees were taught basics in identification of plants, mammals, butterflies, and birds. They were also introduced to mist netting and banding of birds, besides the field excursion they undertook to gain hands-on experience in taxonomic skills...   [Read more]



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