Assamese conservationist Firoz Ahmed wins prestigious award

Firoz Ahmed in the field
Aaranyak website
The Carl Zeiss Award is given annually to wildlife conservationists, researchers and managers for their outstanding contribution in wildlife conservation and research.

M Firoz Ahmed, a Wildlife Biologist working with Aaranyak in Assam, has been awarded the prestigious Carl Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award 2011.

Firoz is currently conducting research on tigers, prey animals and their habitats in Orang, Manas and Kaziranga National Parks supported by the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. He is also involved in community-based conservation of wildlife in Assam and is a passionate environment educator.

The Carl Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award is given annually to wildlife conservationists, researchers and managers for their outstanding contribution in wildlife conservation and research. Some of the alumni of the award from India are Dr Y V Jhala, Qamar Qureshi, Sekhar Dattatri, Prerna Bindra, Tana Tapi etc.

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