Human-Tiger conflict in Russia and its relevance in India by Dr. John Goodrich — Bangalore, 3rd February 2013

  • On:
    February 3, 2013
  • Timing:
    5:30PM to 7:00PM
  • Location:
    British Library
  • City:
    Bangalore

Nature Conservation Foundation (NCF) in association with Panthera, UK, is very happy to invite you to a talk titled “Human-tiger conflict in Russia and its relevance in India” by Dr. John Goodrich, Senior Tiger Program Director at Panthera (see bio). Given the backdrop of an alarming number of human-tiger conflict incidences in Karnataka, Dr. Goodrich’s talk will give a pertinent look at the issue and lessons we can learn from the world’s longest running radio-telemetry based tiger research and conservation efforts he has been a part of.

Dr. Goodrich is one of the leading tiger biologists in the world and has over 25 years of robust experience working on Siberian tigers and other large carnivores.

Since the seating capacity is only 60, please RSVP your attendance to annapoorna@ncf-india.org.

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