Raptor Conservation Programme
Vultures, which used to be found in abundance in and around cities, villages and forests till the early ‘90s, had become rare within a decade. There has been a catastrophic decline in the population of vultures in the Indian subcontinent as a result of diclofenac poisoning.
To prevent a further population decline of vultures and maintain populations, it is important to understand the present status of their population, distribution, habitat, threats, and food availability. This project will help build an understanding of population distribution, trends and dynamics in order to provide management recommendations for their long term conservation.
Volunteers are required to carry out Social and Pharmacy survey in the selected villages of Bhopal & Raisen district for assessing threats to vulture.
WWF India, MP&CG State Office
'RAIWA', Paryavaran Parishar, E-5 Arera Colony , Bhopal
Same as above
To carry out Social survey and Pharmacy survey in the selected villages of Bhopal & Raisen district for assessing threats to vul
good communication skill
Prescribed medicines by their doctor
Field shoes, torch, water bottle
Boarding and lodging will be taken care by the organisation.