Wildlife Conservation and You — Bangalore, 27-28, April 2013

  • From:
    April 27, 2013
  • To:
    April 28, 2013
  • Timing:
    8:30 AM to
  • Location:
    Aloft Hotel
  • City:
    Bangalore

The Sloth Bear Foundation is organising a 2-day seminar with talks on critical wildlife conservation issues by eminent speakers. The two days are designed to have a mix of speaker sessions, networking and break-out sessions to enable participants to learn, actively interact and identify actionable plans in their areas of interest.

For more details and exact speaker schedules please visit the seminar website here.

Speakers:

  • Dipak Sarmah
    PCCF (Wildlife), Karnataka Forest Department
  • K. Ullas Karanth, Ph. D
    Director, Wildlife Conservation Society
  • Shekar Dattatri
    Wildlife and Conservation filmmaker
  • Belinda Wright
    Founder and Executive Director, Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI)
  • Nitin Desai
    Director-Central India, Wildlife Protection Society of India (WPSI)
  • Anita Varghese
    Programme Coordinator for Conservation, Keystone Foundation
  • Karthikeyan S
    Chief Naturalist, Jungle Lodges and Resorts
  • Ramesh Venkataraman
    Founder, Junglescapes
  • M.D Madhusudhan, Ph. D
    Co-founder and Director of Nature Conservation Foundation (NCF)
  • Praveen Bhargav
    Co-founder and Managing Trustee, Wildlife First
  • Vijay Mohan Raj
    Executive Director, Jungle Lodges and Resorts

Participant fee: INR 1500 (All inclusive for both days)

To register, you can make an online payment – the link is available on the seminar’s webpage.

Alternatively, please send the cheque/ DD to:
Sloth Bear Foundation,
No:7, Martin Road, Brucepet,
Bellary – 583101
Karnataka – INDIA

Contact the organizing team at 9845269512/ 9482083256 or email at slothbearfoundation@gmail.com for clarifications.


About Sloth Bear Foundation: Bellary and its surrounding districts (Raichur, Koppal, Davanagere, etc.) is home to a large number of sloth bears which are under enormous pressure due to the loss of habitat and fragmentation. The Sloth Bear Foundation was launched to protect and preserve the endangered sloth bears and their habitats from destruction. The foundation has its head office at Bellary in Karnataka.

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Comments

Leave a Reply