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Satpura Naturalist program

Posted by Susan Sharma on June 22, 2019

 
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The three days naturalist program at Satpura Tiger Reserve, promoted by Indianwildlifeclub.com has concluded successfully.  The attendance was excellent and participants who attended had various and diverse interests in wildlife.  According to our trainer Ashish Shah, many participants could be resource persons for birding, reptiles, insects etc for the next such program planned.  The Forest Department Officials were available for field studies and extended full support for the program.

 

 

 

 

Participants Naturalist Program at Satpura Tiger Reserve 17th 19th June, 2019

 

 

 

Copy of certificate issued to participants

 

 

 

A class room study in progress

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Satpura Naturalist program

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 30, 2019

 
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Currently we are promoting a Naturalist Program in Satpura Tiger Reserve.  Here is the link to apply
 

The organizers inform that pick up will be arranged from Itarsi, Pipariya and Sohagpur on 16th late night and 17th early morning too.

Pick up as and when the participant arrive.

Jio and BSNL networks work in Satpura

Participation certificates will be issued by the Forest Department.

Read participants feedback on our earlier program at Shahanur
 
Shahanur Naturalists program
 
Three batches of naturalists were trained at  Melghat Tiger Reserve during April and May, 2019.
Here is the feed back from some of the participants 
 
"The program was very well structured and all stay and transfer arrangements were very good. The behavior, attitude and humbleness of the forest staff along with various NGO staff was the best part of the Programme.They were all very helpful and went out of their way.
All in all amazing programme. The first of a kind attended by me.
Having attended this I would like to suggest that forest department should organize more such programs at a higher level. Field patrolling with forest guard could also be a part of the programme. Many thanks Indian wildlife club through which I came to know about the program."
 
Manish Singh
+91-9470525042
 
"Thanx a lot for giving us such a great information of the superb n unique naturalist program by MTR. lifetime achievement this is in which few r 
1. Meet with president awaredee Mr. Vishal bansod.
2. Drone operation n control
3. Night stay in Machan
4. Camera trapping training
5. Trekking in core area of a tiger reserve
6. Night Safari
7. Adventure sport
n many more.......thnx thnx a lot.
Requesting u to please let us inform on regular basis of such type of unique n special programs n also d next level (higher level) program of attended event..."
 
SOME NATH ROY <somenath.somu@gmail.com>
 
 
 

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Be a naturalist program at Melghat

Posted by Susan Sharma on May 01, 2019

 
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Last batch for the season starts on 10th May 2019

The Registration fees for the Course is Rs 11400/-. The fee covers the following:

  • Pick up and Drop from Akola
  • Stay in Jungle Eco-huts on twin sharing basis
  • Delicious local food
  • Four thrilling jungle safaris
  • Trap wild animals in camera
  • Enjoy tribal dance
  • Conservation study material
  • Trekking in core area and bird watching
  • Interaction with experts and front line staff
  • Certificate of participation

Apply Now

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3rd batch of Naturalists program-Apply soon

Posted by Susan Sharma on April 21, 2019

 
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"Be a Naturalist"-five day certificate program at Melghat Tiger Reserve is inviting applications for the third batch starting on 10th May, 2019

Apply Now

For details click on 

https://tinyurl.com/y35ed8zk

Regards,

Team IWC

 

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Naturalist program starts tomorrow

Posted by Susan Sharma on April 16, 2019

 
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Hi All,

The first naturalist program at Shahanur kicks off tomorrow.

There are two more programs to apply for.  

Seats are filling fast.  

Apply Now

For details click on 

https://indianwildlifeclub.com/Programs/Melghat/Naturalist/NaturalistProgramDetails.aspx

Regards,

Team IWC

 

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Be a naturalist program at Melghat

Posted by Susan Sharma on April 08, 2019

 
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To all IWC members,

Here is a wonderful opportunity to earn a Naturalist certificate from the Forest Department!! 

"Melghat is the 4th largest tiger reserve in the country in terms of area and the 1st tiger reserve of the state of Maharashtra. Unlike others, Melghat has a few unique offerings for the people who care for the nature and wildlife.

Be A Naturalist is one such programme. The aim is to create awareness and understanding about some core wildlife issues including management and administration of a park which is a tiger reserve. The participants get the opportunity to directly interact with experts and top officials and learn by doing what regular forest staff does or is done only by select few from the outside world.

The programme offers field work and in house sessions mixed with fun and adventure like camera trapping, learning sign surveys, intricacies of patrolling, mapping, first aid along with the wild side which includes safaris and treks in the tiger land.

The programme is conducted by the forest department and a certificate is issued to the participants after successful completion of the course."

Read more at our link

https://www.indianwildlifeclub.com/programs/melghat/naturalist/naturalistProgramDetails.aspx

Apply soon as only limited seats are available

 See the beauty of Melghat forts in this short film

https://youtu.be/5cXSAg8kLjI

Regards,

Dr.Susan Sharma

Founder, IndianWildlifeClub.com

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How can I change an address?

Posted by Charandeep on October 12, 2018

 
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A change of address notification have to always be submitted to the nearby check in office whilst permanently moving from one condominium to every other or whilst transient residence at any other cope with lasts for extra than 3 months. The records are routinely also sent to many different agencies the very best way to trade your cope with is through our website. You can log in to the service the use of online bank credentials.  apply new pan card

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Environmental issue

Posted by MD TABISH EQBAL on September 16, 2015

 
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environmental protection is one of the sensitive issue which we are facing today.

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BNHS Flamingo Festival (2013) attracts thousands of visitors!

Posted by Susan Sharma on March 17, 2013

 
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The Sea of Pink   ( Read full article at http://www.bnhs.org/component/content/article.html?id=963)

Right next to the Arabian Sea was a Sea of Pink with nearly 15,000 Lesser and Greater Flamingo spread out on the mudflats foraging for food. In the background were the thick mangroves stretching up to Trombay and the oil refineries and power plants in Mahul in sharp contrast with the pink tide. The graceful movements of thousands of flamingos with their long elegant bodies, especially when flying in unison, were a mesmerizing sight. Apart from flamingos, it was also a good occasion to see other species of resident and migratory birds including herons, egrets, ibises, gulls, terns, plovers, sandpipers and kingfishers. Kids and grown-ups alike were making a beeline to click photos of the birds as well as their own photos with the flamingo statue kept at the venue!

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IIM Ahmedabad News letter

Posted by Susan Sharma on October 11, 2012

 
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My article which appeared in the Newsletter of IIM, Ahmedabad.  The article is based on our Community , IndianWildlifeclub.com.  You can read it online at the link
http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/egov/ifip/jul2012/sharma.htm
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